Job Hunting with Apprentice Winner Michelle Dewberry

Job Hunting with Apprentice Winner Michelle Dewberry

Michelle Dewberry became Sir Alan Sugar's apprentice in 2006 as the winner of the second series of the BBC television programme.

Whether you've just received your exam results and are looking to move into employment, or the current economic climate has led to you being made redundant, Michelle gives her top tips to give you a firm grounding to get the job you really want.

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From her first job working on the checkouts in Kwik Save, Michelle rose through the business ranks in different firms to become a self-employed consultant in the City of London for some of the UK’s largest firms.
In 2006, she beat off stiff competition to become Sir Alan's second 'Apprentice'. After her victory on the show, Dewberry was given a role within Sir Alan Sugar's company Amstrad, for which she worked for a year.

In 2009, Dewberry founded, a website with a regular newsletter which collects offers and promotions across women’s lifestyle sectors, aimed at women looking for value for money in the current challenging economic climate and helping women live stylishly for less.

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