Meet The Apprentice 2015 candidates: Jenny Garbis

PUBLISHED: 14:34 14 October 2015 | UPDATED: 14:57 14 October 2015

The Apprentice 2015's Jenny Garbis [Picture: BBC/Boundless/Jim Marks]

The Apprentice 2015's Jenny Garbis [Picture: BBC/Boundless/Jim Marks]

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The Apprentice returns to BBC One tonight (Wednesday), with Jenny Garbis one of the 18 candidates hoping to impress Lord Alan Sugar.

Jenny Garbis

Age: 23

Occupation: Business Management Student

Lives: London

Jenny graduated from university this summer, where she achieved the highest grades in her year for her business studies course.

She describes herself as an adrenaline junkie who is only being happy when she’s busy.

A keen feminist, she cites actress Emma Watson as an inspiration for her role in the recent ‘He for She’ campaign.

She says that if she didn’t work in business, she would like to be in politics.

She says: ‘’You will see my name in lights – Jenny Garbis, don’t forget that. That’s going to be a global name. That’s going to be an entrepreneur everyone looks up to.’’


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