Trainee: The losing team’s project manager was the manager of five failed companies

Trainee: The losing team’s project manager was the manager of five failed companies

It was revealed that rookie star Akshay was the manager of five failed companies.

The 28-year-old presented himself to be the project manager for the boys last week but with poor leadership skills and poor communication, they were the losing team.

Akshay was third and found himself in danger of sending him home in the first week.

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He may claim his first word as a newborn was to “win” but the London-based businessman has had a string of failed businesses, according to The Mirror.

While he was a student, a digital marketing consultant tried to create a record label in 2011 called Vivid Records Ltd, but the company collapsed in 2013.

The following year, Akshay was the co-director of an advertising agency called Silver Crescent Media along with Barrett Shah.

Akshay Zikar

Although, according to The Tab, less than two years after the company was created, it was voluntarily dissolved in March 2016 as the value of the company’s total assets rose from £1,603 to £509.

During this time he attempted to set up Aumetric Media Ltd in October 2014 which was canceled in January 2016, and set up Nativelabs Ltd in July 2015 but again voluntarily disbanded in 2016.

His fifth attempt at setting up a company was in 2017 when he founded Roq Media Ltd.

However, it only lasted for four months before being canceled again in July 2017 without providing accounts.

Speaking about all the failed businesses, Akshay told MailOnline that the businesses were registered when he was young.

“My company, Triple AMT Group Ltd., has now been in trading for 4 years and continues to grow year-on-year with total current assets valued at up to six figures in the prior account history,” he said.

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Although his leadership skills may be part of the blame because viewers saw him leading the boys in the first mission of the 16th series.

After the challenge of creating a marketing campaign for a cruise ship, the boys were unable to stay afloat after bumping into multiple different ideas.

After losing the job to the girls, it was project manager Akshay, Harry and Akim who were in danger of being sent home.

However, it was Harry who caused the most disruption to the team and was fired by Lord Sugar.

The Apprentice continues on BBC One tonight at 9pm.

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