Lord Sugar kicks off the new series with a task like no other. Sixteen candidates are sent to South Africa to set up wine and safari tours.
The teams are challenged to create, manufacture and sell their own ranges of ice lollies.
The teams are sent back to school as Lord Sugar reveals that for this week's task they will be creating a toy for 6-8-year-olds.
Lord Sugar summons the candidates to the London Transport Museum, where they learn that this week's task is to create and sell their own range of electric bikes.
Lord Sugar sends the candidates to the historic university cities of Oxford and Cambridge, where they will attempt to procure nine items that are associated with both places.
Lord Sugar challenges the candidates to create and market a new rollercoaster.
The candidates must create an advertising campaign to persuade UK tourists to visit Finland. Finland is known as a winter destination, but this campaign must entice us to visit during the summer.
The teams host a corporate away day onboard the iconic Belmond British Pullman train.
Lord Sugar challenges the candidates to act as talent managers. They must audition unsigned musicians, choose which one to represent, then head to a studio to create a remix of one of their tracks.
Lord Sugar asks the candidates to don their lab coats and goggles as he challenges them to create and sell their own perfume.
The five remaining candidates are put under the microscope, revealing the real people behind the business wear.
The final five candidates go head to head with Lord Sugar's advisors as they present their business plans and face the bigwigs' scrutiny.
With the final just days away and Lord Sugar on the cusp of choosing his new business partner, we look back on the candidates who fell before the final hurdle.
To convince Lord Sugar they're worthy of his cash, the last two candidates must now launch their businesses, with a little help from some of those who were fired.