Ex-Nailsea Student in Final Five of BBC’s The Apprentice
Nailsea Entrepreneur in Final Five of BBC’s The Apprentice
Daniel Elahi, a Bristol-born entrepreneur who attended Nailsea School & Sixth Form, is one of the five remaining candidates in BBC’s hit reality business show, The Apprentice.
Elahi, 28, has been a major success in this year’s series of The Apprentice, competing against 15 other aspirants to try and secure £250,000 of investment from Lord Alan Sugar for his lifestyle brand. He has won six of the ten challenges, including one in the position of Project Manager, where he led his team to victory on an urban gardening task.
Daniel lived in Nailsea until the age of 18 in 2008 when he left to study Economics at the University of Leicester. He now lives in London, which is where he launched Revival Shots, a multi-vitamin formula designed to re-hydrate those who live frantic lives.
In tonight’s penultimate episode, the business plans of Daniel and the other four remaining candidates come under the close scrutiny of Lord Sugar’s most trusted advisors, with only two spaces up for grabs in Sunday’s final.
See Daniel on The Apprentice tonight (Wednesday 12th December) on BBC 1 at 9pm.