The two remaining candidates present their business campaign and Lord Sugar picks his next business partner. In You're Hired, Jack Dee meets the winner.
With just two candidates left to battle it out for the £250,000 investment, the finalists receive a call summoning them to London's City Hall.
Lord Sugar informs them that their final task is to launch their business - create a brand and unveil their campaign in front of a packed audience full of industry experts at the venue in a few days' time.
A few old faces return, as the two finalists choose key colleagues to try and help them secure the £250,000 investment. It's straight to work as they set out to build a brand, make a TV advert and create a company fit for Lord Sugar.
It's a bad start for one as advice from one of the market leaders goes unheeded, but still they plough on regardless. Elsewhere with potential funding issues on the horizon, the other finalist has a fight on their hands to prove that the numbers stack up.
On launch day, the finalists step up to present their plans to 200 leading industry experts and Lord Sugar. As they pitch to the biggest audience of their business life, will nerves get the upper hand, or will the candidates rise to the occasion and deliver the perfect pitch?
In the boardroom, business plans are evaluated, and ad campaigns assessed, but there can only one winner. It's heartbreak for one and ecstasy for the other, as Lord Sugar finally picks his next business partner.
In You're Hired, Jack Dee meets the winner, runner-up and Lord Sugar himself to discuss the tears, triumphs and most memorable moments of the past 12 weeks. They are joined by old candidates past and present, and a panel including You're Fired comedian Romesh Ranganathan.
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|Series Editor||Stephen Day|
|Executive Producer||Cal Turner|
|Production Company||Boundless Productions|