Speaking at the show's launch last week, Lord Sugar said he wanted the programme to show its millions of viewers that it’s possible to start a new business from scratch.
"I see this as my service to the British public that in every episode there is something that everyone can do themselves," the self-made millionaire explained.
Teasing the upcoming tasks, Lord Sugar went on: "The actual tasks are practical. We're going to scavenge a load of junk, look at it, alter it a little bit, polish it up and flog it."
He added: "If that sparks off in the mind of 20, 50, 100 people watching to go off and do that then we've done a great job."
The latest series will kick off on Wednesday, with another 16 candidates kicking off a 13-week interview to win a £250,000 investment into their own business idea.