Samuel Boateng tells us what's real on The Apprentice and explains his startup while on the red carpet at the Screen Nation Awards.
BBC's show The Apprentice is around for some time now, from 2005 to be exact. The show was originally on BBC Two, but was transferred to BBC One in 2007, because of good ratings.
Last year series was 12th in the row. It was won by Alana Spencer.
One of the candidates from the 2016 series was Samuel Boateng, English businessman of Ghanaian descent.
Boateng has a identical twin brother, and is the eldest of five children.
He started his career in Enterprise Rent-A-Car, working as a Management Trainee. He won various sales awards for his great job in the business.
In 2013, Samuel Boateng moved to London and became Commercial Manager for London Business Conferences. Boateng soon transferred to Carcraft to a senior sales executive spot. Last year, 28-year-old Samuel started working for Toyota, as an Area Sales Manager.
He was selected to be a candidate on The Apprentice in 2016, but he did not listen to his teammates, and he lost the position.
Hear what he has to say about his new business plans and his time in the show.