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Following the final four candidates having pitched their business concepts to Lord Sugar, his advisors interrogated them over the content of their CVs. After hearing the feedback, three candidates are fired and one in hired.
Lord Sugar reveals what led him to utter the words 'You're Fired' to each of the failed candidates.
The teams must devise a new product range for the affordable luxury retail market.
The candidates that have succeeded in remaining in the competition give their assessment of their failures and triumphs so far.
The teams must deliver the right deal to an online daily deals website that offers Londoners exclusive deals in hotel stays, beauty treatments, posh dinners and premium products. To be accepted, a good discount must be negotiated on a deal that meets the site's exacting standards.
The teams must come up with a a successful brand and identity for British sparkling wine, which will then be judges by a panel of experts.
The teams must preside over a one-off gallery sale of urban art. But first they must convince an artist to let them sell their work.
The teams must choose products to spend their 150 pounds on and then try to sell them in Essex markets and shopping centres.
The candidates must make gourmet food and sell it on the streets of Edinburgh.
Lord Sugar turns the candidates' attentions towards the highly profitable keep fit industry. The teams have two days to devise and brand a new fitness class that reflects recent popular trends like Zumba or Body Pump, which attract gym members to classes in big numbers.
Lord Sugar asks the teams to set up second-hand shops in London's fashionable East End, home to a thriving market in retro and refurbished household goods.
The teams are tasked with inventing and marketing a new condiment.
Lord Sugar calls the teams to the Victoria and Albert Museum. They must invent a household gadget and pitch for orders to some of the country's biggest retailers.
Sixteen candidates begin their fight to start up a business with Lord Sugar. In this task, the teams must buy blank goods and add value by printing designs onto them.