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Who is The Apprentice's Conor Gilsenan?

THE Apprentice is opening up the famous boardroom again.

One of those contestants hoping to impress Lord Sugar is Conor Gilseman.

Who is Conor Gilsenan on The Apprentice 2022?

Conor is a 28-year-old Irish former professional rugby player.

The flanker moved to London Irish in 2014 and played more than 70 times for the Premiership club until bad injuries forced him to retire in September 2020.

Hard working and “hyper-motivated by money”, Conor describes himself as a “corporate panther” with a record for getting deals done.

You can follow him on Instagram @guillotine_92.

What does Conor do?

After hanging up his rugby boots, Conor headed for London to became a sales executive at ecommerce group FIS.

He only joined the company in December 2021.

Conor is also director of the mobile bar 301 Bar.

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What has Conor said?

Speaking to the BBC Conor said: ““I’m going to be the corporate panther in the boardroom, I’m going to get it done, and I’m going to be Lord Sugar’s perfect business partner.”

The BBC said in a statement: "Hard working and “hyper-motivated by money”, former professional rugby player Conor describes himself as a 'corporate panther' with a record for getting deals done – who thinks he will win this series.

"His business idea consists of a fleet of quirky food and beverage vendors targeted at music and sports events."

When is The Apprentice on?

The Apprentice kicks off on Thursday, January 6, 2022, at 9pm on BBC One.

The new series will broadcast weekly and will see former winner Tim Campbell join as one of Lord Sugar's aides.

He will stand in for Claude Littner who won't be taking part due to medical reasons.

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