The student EXCLUSIVE: Iasha Massood reveals that she has launched her business and that Lord Sugar & # 39; can stand in line & # 39; if he wants to invest in it after her shock from the show
In a shock-firing on Wednesday edition of The Apprentice, promising businesswoman Iasha Masood was sent home by Lord Sugar.
But the cheerful budding entrepreneur, 27, told MailOnline afterwards that things have only gotten better for her since she left the show.
& # 39; I am so exhausted that I went outside, but I think, as a friendly person, I have put a little offside, & # 39; she explained. & # 39; I know that I am honest and ethical and I believe that I am kind in business.
Sent package: In a shock-firing on Wednesday's edition of The Apprentice, promising businesswoman Iasha Masood was sent home by Lord Sugar
& # 39; Kindness is important in business – but it is less fun to see. It's a shame the process goes like this, but I know I'd rather watch drama than a nice person. & # 39;
Iasha – an account manager from Manchester – further admitted that the business plan she had presented to the show was not her best work.
& # 39; When I found out I would be in the show, I had about two weeks to do [the business plan]. And it wasn't very good. I was so upset and disappointed and disappointed when I was fired, so I literally tore it up and decided to start all over again.
& # 39; I worked hard for three months and wanted to put the product on the market before the show was broadcast on TV. I would work 19 or 20 hours a day. And now I have actually started the business and the sale has flown out.
Hopeful: Iasha also revealed how she would react if Lord Sugar now became interested in investing
& # 39; Even [Lord Sugar's assistant] Claude [Littner] contacted and tweeted about it and because of him I received some orders. I really owe him a thank you. & # 39;
Iasha's product is not what she had pitched in her application for The Apprentice. She has reconsidered her business and now sells customizable electronic facial cleansers.
& # 39; [Lord Sugar] is probably wondering what I am doing, & # 39; she said. & # 39; If I could talk to him now, I would apologize for submitting the original plan, which was not very good. I had not had time to do market research, which is very important. Two weeks is not much time to do all that if you already have a full-time job. & # 39;
Iasha also revealed how she would react if Lord Sugar became interested in investing.
Understanding: & # 39; From a character perspective, I was not noticed enough, I think & # 39 ;, she said
& # 39; I would tell him that he should fend off the other investors! & # 39; she said wryly. & # 39; I would send him a student-style process to invest! & # 39;
Iasha & # 39; s performance in the show was much more impressive than many of the candidates who are still in the process.
She achieved a record profit as a project manager for one task and was seen as a rising star with promise.
& # 39; It came as a shock, & # 39; she admitted. & # 39; I thought I was fine. But I think it was a fair decision from a business perspective. From a character perspective, I was not striking enough, I think.
& # 39; Lord Sugar looks at many things: the business plan, performance, other factors. I am definitely a better entrepreneur in this process and I finally got what I went for! & # 39;
The student will be on BBC One next Wednesday at 9 p.m.
It all went so well: she achieved a record profit as a project manager for one task and was seen as a rising star with promise
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