Apprentice candidate who was fired slams BBC show, claiming it ‘won’t open doors’ for businesses.


Apprentice candidate who was fired slams BBC show, claiming it ‘won’t open doors’ for businesses.

After being fired in the first episode, THE APPRENTICE candidate Harry Mahmood has taken shots at the entrepreneurial series, claiming it won’t provide many opportunities for his business prospects.

After a lengthy Covid-induced hiatus from television, the popular BBC business show is finally back.

In the new series of The Apprentice, Regional Operations Manager Harry Mahmood was sadly the first to be fired by Lord Alan Sugar, and he has spoken exclusively to This website about his experience in the boardroom.

Harry claims that his brief appearance on the new series of The Apprentice will not help him advance in his career.

In series 16, 16 new candidates will compete over the coming weeks to impress Lord Sugar with their pitching skills and business acumen.

In the first episode, Harry was on the losing end of a fight with teammate Akeem Bundu-Kamara over their cruise line’s logo.

He was the first of the 2022 candidates to return home, but he remains optimistic about his future business ventures.

“You know what? Genuinely I don’t think it will,” he admitted when asked if his Apprentice appearance would open doors.

His appearance in the new series may have been far too brief to make an impression.

He was also unable to put forward many original ideas in the first episode due to his failure to outsmart his competitive teammates.

“It was so brief,” Harry observed.

Despite his early departure from the show, he remains optimistic about his future.

Harry, a former pharmacy manager, described himself as “the Asian version of Lord Sugar” and hoped to collaborate on a new line of bath bombs with the business mogul.

The candidate was confident in his career path even before securing a spot in the series.

“My personality type, and my character, me as a person, what I project… I’m here to support people,” he explained.


“That’s what I’m doing every day of my existence.”

He received a British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List last year, which he interpreted as a foreshadowing of things to come.

“If the Queen invests a medal in me as a person, surely people will realize ‘if the Queen likes Harry and loves everything he’s doing, why aren’t we investing in him?” he continued.

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