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  Even if you've spent the last 6 months jetting back and forth from client locations, few readers will not have heard of the TV series “The Apprentice”.
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A huge success in both the UK and US, a second series is now being planned. Assistant Producer Katie Attwood told that the TV producers believe a high-flying management consultant may just have that balance of drive, intellect and business flair needed to impress Sir Alan Sugar. And hence the search is on to find a contestant for Series Two from the world of Management Consultancy.

In Series One the business professionals that went head to head included a self-made property developer, a banker, a financial advisor and an internet entrepreneur. But how would a fast-track consultant from McKinsey, Accenture, Bain or BCG have fared? In Series Two it's hoped we will find out and any readers that think they've got what it takes are invited to apply here before the 1st July deadline.

If you're not familiar with The Apprentice already, fourteen aspiring entrepreneurs undertook rigorous tasks and competed for a hefty £100,000 job with serial entrepreneur Sir Alan Sugar. Each week contestants were divided into two teams and had to complete a challenging business task set by Sir Alan. At each episode's conclusion, one candidate was then expelled from the series with the infamous words 'You're fired!' The formula of The Apprentice sees these tasks continue until the last man or woman standing becomes Sir Alan's Apprentice.

So do you think you could be the person to restore the image of consultants by excelling on the show?

If you fancy a new challenge or think your consulting firm would be excited by the brand exposure the programme would bring, do apply today before the deadline expires. Further details of The Apprentice can be found at:
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