Next week sees the final of this year's series of The Apprentice with Lord Sugar making the big decision on who deserves to go into partnership with him and scoop the £250,000 investment. Contrary to popular belief, the past few weeks have not been a battle to find the most childish, incompetent, selfish young businessperson in the country.
A Maccabi league footballer and a teenage business prodigy are among the 20 candidates vying to win The Apprentice.
As the BBC's reality show kicks off its 10th series this week, Daniel Lassman and Ella Jade Bitton will be hoping to take home the prize of £250,000 worth of investment and a chance to co-own a company with host Lord Sugar.
Max is perhaps the Jewish apprentice to have benefited most from the show. He was a chartered surveyor working in investment banking when he made it as far as the semi-final in 2005. He went on to develop a media career, appearing on LBC and Sky News.