Filipinos join 'The Apprentice Asia'

 
Two Filipinos have found their way among the 12 hopefuls. 
 
 
Jonathan Allen Yabut is a 27-year-old senior product manager in a pharmaceutical company. 
 
“I am an extremely driven and passionate person. I always set my eyes on the prize, and as people would describe me — what Nate wants, Nate gets."
 
He was recognized as one of the top 7 marketers in the Philippines under the age of 35 in the 2012 Mansmith Young Market Masters Awards. 
 
Yabut takes pride in being a Filipino and believes “Asians are the best” in the corporate world. 
 
 
The second Pinoy "Apprentice" bet is Celina Le Neindre, a 30-year-old food and beverage consultant who studied at the Philippine School of Culinary Arts.
 
Her passion for the hospitality and tourism industry had her washing dishes and scrubbing toilets in the South of France.

She takes cue from her father who worked his way up from bellboy to general manager of a large hotel chain, a career that took their family from France to Tanzania to the Philippines.

Aside from being the food and beverage consultant for a steakhouse, Celina ran her own pasta bar for 3 years.
 
"I love what I do and I never stop learning. I’m never afraid to step up to challenge and I always defend what I believe in. I’ve got skills, I’ve got the experience and definitely I’ve got the confidence to make it to the top."
 
 
“The Apprentice Asia” is produced by Mark Burnett, creator of reality shows “The Voice" and “Survivor.

The winner will be given a one-year contract as the head one of Fernandes’s companies, along with a lucrative paycheck.

At the end of each episode, one hopeful will be sent home with the stern words, “You’re fired!,” leaving only one winner.
 
Airing on May 22, viewers will finally get to meet the 12 candidates vying for a dream job under renowned aviator tycoon and 2010 Forbes Asia's Asia Businessman of the Year Tony Fernandes. 
 
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