White goes through to Apprentice final

The personal growth demonstrated in this year’s competition, as well as the ambitious goals he has set his recruitment business, are the reasons Apprentice 2017 finalist James White has a “very strong” chance in Sunday’s final, according to his mentor.

Following the gruelling interview stage of the television competition, screened yesterday, Lord Sugar whittled down this year’s candidates to finalists confectioner Sarah Lynn and recruitment’s representative White, owner of IT recruiter Right Recruitment.

To mark this auspicious occasion, Recruiter caught up with White’s mentor Matt Collingwood, managing...

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