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Kate Walsh

Kate Walsh
Fired: Week 12 Qualifications: BSc in Psychology and Management
Age: 27
Career: Licensing Development Manager Hometown: Hampshire

Born in Staffordshire, Kate Walsh is confident and resilient with what she describes as an ability to develop and sustain business relationships at all levels. The indie music fan lists cooking, snowboarding and gym workouts as passions she pursues with relentless enthusiasm. Although she regrets not applying to Oxbridge, Kate continues to be a highly motivated and ambitious professional with an educated opinion on most issues. She admires the ballsy approach to business of Sex & The City's Samantha.

She says: "My CV speaks for itself. I've always excelled academically and I have really achieved within a corporate environment across sales, marketing and a number of different aspects of business."

  • Anita Shah
  • Ben Clarke
  • Debra Barr
  • Howard Ebison
  • James McQuillan
  • Kate Walsh
  • Kimberly Davis
  • Lorraine Tighe
  • Majid Nagra
  • Mona Lewis
  • Noorul Choudhury
  • Paula Jones
  • Philip Taylor
  • Rocky Andrews
  • Yasmina Siadatan

Comments

  • 1. At 11:19am on 17 Mar 2009, Geeluc wrote:

    I can't wait for the new series...it look likes a winner here. :)

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  • 2. At 3:29pm on 17 Mar 2009, Rat_Race_Escapee wrote:

    I like her - mainly because she hasn't used ridiculous words to try to make herself seem more than she is.

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  • 3. At 3:49pm on 17 Mar 2009, OfcourseYouAre wrote:

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  • 4. At 4:22pm on 17 Mar 2009, Steve_host wrote:

    Perhaps discussing the looks of the applicants isn't the best use of the comments boards... it's results that count in Sir Alan's book. Do you think Katy will deliver?

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  • 5. At 5:58pm on 17 Mar 2009, jejwillett wrote:

    "Regrets not applying to Oxbridge". And why was that? Were you simply going to breeze in there like you do everywhere else? It's a thin line between confidence and arrogance. This lot seem to have the latter in abundance. 'The Apprentice'; great innit!?

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  • 6. At 6:07pm on 17 Mar 2009, wix1973 wrote:

    I don't really think that people are able to tell how well the candidates will get on at this stage. A photoshoot and a bit of hyperbole are not really enough.

    All we have to go on is preconceived ideas and the cynicism of watching to much tv.

    Anyway it's fun to have those ideas shown to be nonsense, when the characters turn out to e human after all.

    The only people who know who are going to do well are the family and friends of the successful candidates surely ? I thought that this was shot months ago.

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  • 7. At 6:13pm on 17 Mar 2009, tfarrell1976 wrote:

    not one to judge a person on the strength of a few paragraphs, but i'll do so now, likely kate will crash and burn early on, and be very boring

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  • 8. At 7:15pm on 17 Mar 2009, marco2210 wrote:

    This Lady is infact a very nice person & after meeting her at the interviews I knew she had what it takes to get far. I see a lot of Jealousy here. Shes Pretty & Smart & Blonde. Whats everyones problem. GOOD LUCK Katie

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  • 9. At 7:21pm on 17 Mar 2009, therabbitstew wrote:

    I wonder, does she use the tarot cards or a crystal ball to foretell her prospects? I think that she will go far if she is as sincere as she makes out.

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  • 10. At 7:21pm on 17 Mar 2009, RStoofaloh wrote:

    She "admires the ballsy approach to business of Sex & The City's Samantha" ??

    From waht I remember of Samantha, there were certainly lots of balls... Could be interesting afterall!

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