Sophie Wilding exits The Apprentice after tense clash over ‘sensitive’ driverless cars

Sophie Wilding has left The Apprentice after a tense clash in the boardroom on BBC One programme. The remaining contestants were tasked with designing and presenting their own electric driverless car

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Apprentice: Sophie Wilding is sacked by Lord Sugar

Sophie Wilding was fired on The Apprentice after a tense clash in the boardroom.

During this week’s show, the remaining candidates were tasked with designing, branding and advertising their own driverless electric cars, with the team securing the most orders in the boardroom.

Unfortunately for Sophie, her team ended up in the meeting room to face Lord Alan Sugar and Karen Brady and Tim Campbell, who criticized their final product.

One group planned to create an Instagram-appropriate group – StarPod – for the NEC in Birmingham, while another wanted to set up a drone group called Beepure that could be used by everyone at the multi-destination destination. Wembley Park function.

The team did not impress their team



Diverse had to return to the boardroom after managing orders totaling just £535,200 from corporate and other clients, while Infinity earned less on the corporate side, securing just £156,000.

However, other customers were impressed and managed to achieve an impressive total of £1,262,800.

Lord Sugar rated their interior design as “troublesome” as applicants clashed over design and branding.

Lord Sugar calls this idea ‘tacky’



When they worked on their logo, Karren described StarPod’s as an “exploding toaster” – but the team later insisted that they wanted to play to the team’s feel for their electric pods.

However, when it came to design, they added glittering walls, starlit ceilings, pink couches, red carpets as well as a karaoke machine.

Akeem Bundu-Kamara confused his other Apprentice contestants as he kept shifting and shifting between his decisions, always stepping down to agree with his other contestants.

Team Diverse lost its mission



On last week’s show, Amy Anzel has been kicked out of the show after her team failed to impress on a travel mission.

As part of their mandate, the remaining candidates headed to North Wales, one of the UK’s tourist hotspots, as they were told they had the opportunity to take advantage of the accommodation market and were assigned Highland Railroad operators and zip line and quarry tours.

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