During their time on Celebrity Apprentice the stars have learned a lot about business.
Outside of the show many of the celebrities already run their own business, or have qualifications, which has no doubt helped them along so far.
But when it comes to their knowledge of business terms and buzzwords, well, not everyone knows what they’re talking about.
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We put their knowledge to the test by playing a little game called ‘Guess the Business Term’, and you can see how well they all went in the video above.
The celebrities got an easy start and were asked, “What does COB stand for?”
While Carla from Bankstown was convinced it stands for “Carla of Bankstown “, Bronte Campbell and Jodi Gordon gave the correct answer of” close of business “.
“Generally speaking 5pm, send that email to be COB,” Will and Woody explained the business term.
“Or that thing corn comes on,” Will joked.
But while some of the answers were pretty obvious, others left stars like Samantha Jade scratching their heads.
What does “SWOT” stand for stumped a lot of the stars.
Ronnie Caceres wasn’t entirely wrong when he suggested SWOT was a “special police tactical group”, but that’s not quite the answer we were looking for.
Bronte surprisingly aced the quiz, confidently answering a lot of questions.
Eloni Vunakece proved he was more than just good looks when he explained that A / B testing is a type of “market testing”.
Turia added that it’s when “you’re trying to test something out but you just test it to a smaller group to see if something’s wrong with it”.
But there was one question that stumped everyone. And Carla completely misunderstood the question.
“Eff me? Eff you bro!” she snapped back at producers.
Watch the full video above to see how you’d go with the popular terms and which celebrities struggled through the quiz.
Celebrity Apprentice airs Monday to Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now.
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