Kathryn Burn is one of four female entrepreneurs to reach week 11 of The Apprentice 2022, and she’s the first all-female finalist since 2015.
She’s joined by Stephanie Aflek, Harpreet Kaur and Brittany Carter in this week’s episode: The Interviews.
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But who is Kathryn and what is her business plan?
Here’s everything you need to know about Kathryn Burn
Kathryn, 29, started an online pajama store called My Christmas Pajamas in 2018.
She expanded her brand and launched My everyday pajamasin February 2022.
She’s also appeared on reality TV before, starring in The Island with Bear Grylls in 2017.
Speaking in a recent interview, Kathryn said: “I know I went into the process thinking ‘I’m not here to make friends’, and I really wasn’t.
“As the process progresses, you slowly begin to realize that it’s your ‘competition’ who is there to cheer you up, give you a big hug after a hard day, and support you.
“And naturally, when you spend so much time with each other and in such a different environment, special bonds are going to form.”
How did she do in series 16?
In this series, she has been in the boardroom five times, on the losing team twice, and won three times.
Kathryn served as project manager twice, showing up in weeks one and six.
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What is his business plan?
Kathryn is hoping to win a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar.
She will use the investment to further grow her pajama business, which already has nearly 3,000 followers on Instagram.
The Apprentice airs on BBC One at 9pm on Thursdays.