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Confidence boost for Emily after bid to become 'The Apprentice'

Island businesswoman made it through to audition stage

An Island businesswoman says applying for the hit BBC TV show ‘The Apprentice’ has boosted her confidence in ways she could never have never imagined.

Emily Todd is a certified menstrual cycle coach and the founder of the Femm Collective which aims to empower women through menstruation education.

She was one of 50,000 entrepreneurs who attempted to impress Lord Alan Sugar and was in the top one percent of potential candidates who were selected to audition.

Whilst she didn’t make it through Emily told Manx Radio the lessons she’s learnt have been invaluable:

You can hear the full interview with Emily in this edition of NEWSCAST.

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