It’s not enough just to be a top biller, says Apprentice winner White

It’s not just enough to be a top biller if you want to follow in the footsteps of 2017 Apprentice joint winner James White, who spoke to Recruiter in the wake of the screening of his victory on the show last night.

Last night in the climax of this latest series of the Apprentice, viewers saw Lord Sugar award finalists confectioner Sarah Lynn and IT recruiter White each a £250k business investment and 50/50 partnership with Lord Sugar, with the business mogul unable to decide between the pair. White is the recruitment sector’s third winner following past winners Ricky...

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