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Claims Apprentice 2023: Episode six – The Final Interviews

With the three team tasks done and dusted, it is time for the six candidates to come face-to-face with Kennedys’ very own Sir Alan Sugar – Claire Mulligan – and put forward a case as to why they should be crowned the winner of 2023 Claims Apprentice.

Having taken on the Data Escape Room, competed in the insurance-related game show Travel Claims – Fact or Fiction, and finally planned and recorded podcasts on the topic of claims inflation, Mulligan is keen to find out which tasks took the apprentices out of their comfort zone and what have they learned through the series?

She also wants to know what would they have done differently and how will they draw on the Claims Apprentice experience when they return to their day jobs?

Once the interviews are over and Mulligan has consulted the mentors who watched the candidates’ progress throughout the process, she has the difficult task of deciding which contestant has won Claims Apprentice 2023.

Watch now to find out if it is Ellie Rose Arch from Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty, Alasdair Bain from Aviva, Bazzil Boyce from North Standard, Alan DaBreo from HDI Global Specialty SE, Safa Saeed from Zurich, or Rebecca Wonnacott from Admiral.

And if you have been inspired by this series and would like to be involved in the 2024 series, email jonathan.swift@infopro-digital.com to register your interest.

Catch up on previous episodes here:

Claims Apprentice 2023: Episode one – Meet the teams

Claims Apprentice 2023: Episode two – Data Escape Room

Claims Apprentice 2023: Episode three – Travel claims: fact or fiction?

Claims Apprentice 2023: Episode four – Claims Inflation Podcast part one

Claims Apprentice 2023: Episode five – Claims Inflation Podcast part two

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