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ENTREPRENEUR

Going into business with multi-millionaire Lord Sugar is the top prize in BBC1’s The Apprentice. But what happens to all those candidates who don’t win? Steve Dyson puts ‘Twenty Questions’ to three ex-Apprentice candidates from the West Midlands

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Q. Where and when were you born? Nick Holzherr: “Technically I’m a Londoner – I was born there in 1986 – but moved to Switzerland at just six months’ old. My family lived there for seven years before coming back to the UK.” Ruth Badger: “Wednesfield, Wolverhampton in the very late 1970s.” Joy Stefanicki: “Southampton, UK. You know you should never ask a lady her age! I expected more of you BQ… ;)” Q. What was your nickname at school/college? Nick: “At university I was nicknamed ‘shaggy’ because I had shaggy hair. Most people called me that!” Ruth: “My nickname at school was ‘Sick Note’ as I never went!” >>

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BQ WEST MIDLANDS issue 1  
BQ WEST MIDLANDS issue 1