The Apprentice: Harlow’s Dani impresses as she gets through to next round
Business / Wed 25th Jan 2023 am31 09:50am
HARLOW businesswoman, Dani Donovan, made it through to the next round of BBC’s The Apprentice.
Last Thursday’s new task saw the two teams create a short cartoon aimed at pre-school children, which would be judged by industry experts.
While one group managed to impress with their animation skills, another delivered a classic Apprentice blunder.
Team Affinity decided to create a story about Yogita the Giraffe – a giraffe who is self-conscious about her height but makes friends at school – although tensions rose between Shazia and Marnie over story details and design.
Meanwhile, Team Apex decided on Femi and Faye – a story about Femi choosing to join in a clapping game with wheelchair user Faye after she’s unable to play on a slide, but the group soon realise that they didn’t animate any hands or feet for the characters.
Dani, aged 26, who runs Mermane in Sawbridgeworth really made an impression in Thursday, In fact some viewers felt that the former St Mark’s student was carrying her group.
We look forward to seeing Dani this Thursday on BBC1 at 9pm.