Has the student become the master or has the master learnt from the student? We’re not quite sure but what’s sure is that we’ve got both Tony Fernandes (the boss) and his apprentice Jon Yabut in a “He Says, He Says” showdown on the new inflight Christmas meal!
Special Guest Reviewers: Tony Fernandes & Jonathan Yabut
Get to know Apprentice Asia Season 1 winner Jonathan Yabut as he talks about work and travel. As AirAsia Chief of Staff, he has much to share about his first day in the office, his mentor Tony Fernandes and how he makes the most of his flights.
The Philippines is a nation that is geographically set apart from mainland Southeast Asia, and comes with its own unique traditions and practices. It is a country defined by devout Catholicism, emerald-green rice fields, buzzing megacities, festivals and feasts, colourful jeepneys, smouldering volcanoes and truly resilient people.
Words : Efi Hafizah Hamzah Photography : Adam Lee & Getty Images
A certified marketing expert at the age of 28, Apprentice Asia Season 1 winner Jonathan Yabut knows a thing or two about working smart and living life in the fast lane. In his new position post-Apprentice Asia win, the AirAsia Chief of Staff shares how the new Hi-Flyer class can empower business travellers and entrepreneurs (like himself) with its flexibility and convenience!
We tasked the final challenge of a quick interview to Jonathan Allen Yabut, the first-ever winner of The Apprentice Asia, just hours after being hired by Tony Fernandes.
Based on the hit reality series starring Donald Trump, The Apprentice Asia is finally here with aviation tycoon Tony Fernandes at the helm. The show will pit 12 contestants from around Asia against each other in a battle of wits and skill for the honour of becoming Asia’s very first apprentice. The winner will take on a much-coveted position in one of Fernandes’ many enterprises.
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