Meet The Apprentice 2015 candidates: Elle Stevenson

PUBLISHED: 14:18 14 October 2015 | UPDATED: 14:56 14 October 2015

The Apprentice 2015's Elle Stevenson [Picture: BBC/Boundless/Jim Marks]

The Apprentice 2015's Elle Stevenson [Picture: BBC/Boundless/Jim Marks]

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The Apprentice is back on BBC One tonight (Wednesday), with Elle Stevenson hoping to win Lord Sugar’s backing.

Elle Stevenson

Age: 21

Occupation: Operations Executive, Construction

Lives: London

Elle describes herself as a ‘geezer bird’ and says she is effervescent, passionate and maybe ‘a little insane’.

Though she’s the youngest candidate of the group, she says those who know her would say she is older than her years.

As well as teaching herself fluent Latin, she lists her biggest business achievement to date as her previous role as operations director of a construction company at just 20 years old.

She cites Taylor Swift as her business inspiration, calling her “the best businesswoman of the 21 st century”.

She says: “I hate anything mediocre – I can’t be middle. I hate being the person that comes second… I’ve never been the person that comes second. I’d rather be the one who fell over at the start of the race and never make it to the finish line.”


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