Are you a fan of The Apprentice, cricket and massively over-confident statements? Then you’ll probably love Dean Ahmad, sports management agent and candidate on this year’s BBC business competition.
At just 20 years old, Ahmad was one of the youngest of 2019’s contestants fighting for a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar – until he was fired in week 10.
Fortunately for Dean, he’s back for the final. Here’s everything you need to know about him…
— The Apprentice (@bbcapprentice) October 1, 2019
Dean Ahmad: The Key facts
Occupation: Owner, Sports Management Agency, Fine Edge Cricket
LinkedIn: Dean Ahmad
What is Dean Ahmad’s business?
According to his LinkedIn page, Dean has brokered over $2 million worth of deals in the sporting industry and runs the Fine Edge Cricket agency, a company which represents cricket stars like England Twenty20 international Ravi Bopara.
The agency also offers athlete legal representation, contract negotiation and “Lifestyle Management”, which, judging by his expression in the photo below is serious business.
What are Dean Ahmad’s skills?
Starting his first business aged 15, Dean believes he’s the “definition of an entrepreneur”, claiming he can “persuade anyone to do anything” with his “gift of the gab”.
— The Apprentice (@bbcapprentice) October 9, 2019
And just in case you’re thinking Dan is too modest, he also says his confidence and emotional intelligence are “off the charts” and doesn’t think that he has many traits that would let him down in business.
When did Dean get fired on The Apprentice?
Dean made it all the way to week 10, where he was fired after the perfume task for his poor pitching.
The Apprentice is on 9pm Wednesday, BBC One