Zeeshaan Shah is a candidate on the ninth series of The Apprentice.
Age: 27; Occupation: CEO of Property Investment Company; Lives: London, UK
Zeeshaan, who grew up in Pakistan, believes his greatest strengths are that he is an eternal optimist, street-smart and well-connected.
He says his weaknesses would include bossiness and that he can’t do something if his heart isn’t in it.
Starting his career as a part-time waiter, he believes his greatest business achievement is still yet to come.
He says: “I’m a ‘Great’ of my generation. I’m an innovator and leader in business. I take inspiration from Napoleon; I am here to conquer.”
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