Real Name:Stephanie Affleck
Profession:Entrepreneur, Owner of an Online Children’s Store
Popular For:The Apprentice 2022 Contestant


Meet Stephanie Affleck, a Kent-based children’s business owner who is competing on The Apprentice 2022.

She’ll be up against Lord Alan Sugar and 16 other contenders in an attempt to snare Lord Sugar’s investment proposition.

To win the £250,000 business investment award, Stephanie should try to impress Lord Sugar and his team. Do you think she’ll be able to pull it off?

Stephanie, who has been described as “confident, decisive, and ruthlessly honest,” will compete for Lord Sugar’s investment in season 16 of The Apprentice.

Stephanie announced her casting on Instagram, writing, “So pleased to finally be able to say I will be on the upcoming series of @apprenticeuk.” This has been a long time coming for me, which may explain why I’ve been silent both personally and professionally over the last year, but 2022 is about to become very interesting, and I’ll be re-launching in mid-January!”

She stated that she is seeking funds and assistance to expand her designer childrenswear company, Little Fashion House and that she believes she can make a difference in the fashion industry with Lord Sugar’s help.

Little Fashion House specializes in pre-owned designer children’s clothing. The site is currently unavailable.

Stephanie stated the following:

“I’m an East London girl with a no-nonsense work ethic,” she says. I have strength, drive, and a strong will to succeed.”


The Apprentice is a BBC reality television show in which a group of competitors are judged on their business talents. Since January 2004, it has aired in a variety of forms across fifteen seasons.

Mark Burnett, a British television producer, launched The Apprentice.

The show billed as “The Ultimate Job Interview,” follows fourteen to eighteen business people as they compete over the course of a season, with one candidate generally removed every episode.

The Apprentice series 16 will begin on 6th January 2022 on BBC One at 9 pm.

On each new job, contestants are divided into two “corporations” (teams), with one member from each serving as a project manager.

Alan Sugar, the businessman, has returned with a whole new season of The Apprentice.

The 16th season of the BBC One reality show will see 16 brand new entrepreneurs compete for £250,000 in funding for their businesses.

The next series of The Apprentice premieres on BBC One at 9 p.m. on Thursday, January 6, 2022.

If you want to catch up on prior seasons or don’t want to miss any forthcoming episodes, go to BBC iPlayer.

Tim Campbell, a former champion, will fill in for Claude Littner, who is unable to compete this year owing to medical reasons.

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