Catcha Group CEO and iFlix co-founder Patrick Grove is the first of the 12 guest CEOs in the upcoming The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition, which is set to air before the end of the year.
Grove will help ONE Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong assess the contestants in the newest twist to the world-famous reality-business TV show.
“It is my pleasure to welcome my good friend Patrick Grove, Co-Founder and Group CEO of Catcha Group, on The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition. Without a doubt, Patrick is one of the most accomplished self-made entrepreneurs in the Asia Pacific region,” Sityodtong said.
“Our sixteen contestants on The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition will learn a lot from Patrick’s knowledge and experience.”
Grove remains the only person in the world to bring five startup companies to Initial Public Offering while raising their combined value to over US$1,000,000,000.
Besides Catcha and iFlix, Grove is also the co-founder of Frontier Digital Ventures and Rev Asia.
“Super pumped to work with Chatri to find the next entrepreneurial superstars!” Grove said about his new position on the show.
“ONE Championship has done an amazing job finding fighting superstars, and I’m sure Chatri and I will find entrepreneurial superstars.”
Sixteen contestants from all over the world will compete in the latest edition of the renowned Apprentice franchise, which The Home Of Martial Arts will surely add a new dimension to.
The winner will receive a US$250,000 job offer to work directly under Sityodtong for a year as his protege at the ONE Championship Global Headquarters in Singapore.
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