Elsewhere locations around the UK include Glasgow to sell art, Birmingham to clinch deals at a Body Building Expo and back to London to launch a budget airline.
Baroness Karren Brady and Claude Littner resume duties as Lord Sugar’s trusted advisors and his ‘eyes and ears’ on the tasks, reporting back on the candidates’ every decision in the boardroom.
As well as the weekly tasks, two special episodes, The Final Five and Why I Fired Them, will also return to feature the journey of the five strongest candidates before the winner is chosen, and the reason behind Lord Sugar’s decisions to fire those who are unsuccessful.
Over the past seven years, Lord Sugar has invested a £2million into eight businesses.
Last year he partnered with both finalists, Sarah Lynn and James White, who each received a £250,000 investment.
Comedian Rhod Gilbert returns to host The Apprentice: You’re Fired, analysing each week’s events at 10pm on BBC Two, immediately after the main show.
Joining Rhod each week will be a panel of business professionals and celebrity fans, sharing their opinions on the highs and lows of each task.
The Apprentice 2018 launches on Wednesday, October 3 at 9pm on BBC One, followed by You’re Fired at 10pm on BBC Two.