Meet The Apprentice 2015 candidates: Charleine Wain

PUBLISHED: 14:25 14 October 2015 | UPDATED: 14:56 14 October 2015

The Apprentice 2015's Charleine Wain [Picture: BBC/Boundless/Jim Marks]

The Apprentice 2015's Charleine Wain [Picture: BBC/Boundless/Jim Marks]

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The Apprentice returns to BBC One tonight (Wednesday), with beauty salon owner Charleine Wain one of the candidates hoping to impress Lord Sugar.

Charleine Wain

Age: 31

Occupation: Owner, Hair and Beauty Salon

Lives: Plymouth

Charleine served in the Royal Navy for 11 and a half years before leaving the service to start her own hair and beauty salon and online clothing boutique.

She is a passionate fundraiser and has raised over £20,000 for various charities. She cites hairdressers Patrick Cameron and Toni & Guy as her business inspirations because of the impact they made in the hairdressing world.

She says her drive and determination are her biggest strengths.

She says: ‘’I would describe myself as very determined, ambitious, and I always want to show that women can succeed in business.’’


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