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Drapers vets The Apprentice hopefuls

On tonight’s episode of The Apprentice, the women’s team visits the office of Emap – Drapers’ publisher – to pitch an idea about wearable technology.

Drapers editorial director Eric Musgrave is among a group of about a dozen Emap colleagues who give their reactions to the team’s concept.

The programme will air on BBC1 at 9pm.

Readers' comments (4)

  • darren hoggett

    The thing about The Apprentice - part from the usual self-centred, ego centric people that make the show - is that their way of selling has absolutely no place in society, yet this never gets flagged up by anybody.

    The glorified and unholy alliance between market trader and power selling went out in the 1990's and at times is still painful to watch. It's like how things used to be, not how things are now, though brownosing to get ahead will always be a corporate requisite in some quarters.

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  • Hope they have done his makeup properly! Should be entertaining, will soon find out.

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  • This program reminds me of B.G.T , X FACTOR ETC.
    Can anyone remember who wins them and if so where are they now ?

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  • I did miss the 1st 10 minutes....but I didn't see Drapers on the show being 'pitched' (who uses that phrase anymore?)
    I thought it was Firebox, John Lewis and JB sports?

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