Devizes businesswoman will find out if she has secured investment deal from Lord Sugar.
Apprentice star Jade Nash has revealed that her childhood spent growing up on a caravan site is what made her the success that she is today.
The 29-year-old business development manager made it through to the final round of the show and she will now get the chance to pitch her business idea to the Amstrad founder in the hope of securing a £250,000 investment.
However, the straight-talking star revealed in a recent behind-the-scenes documentary that she would not be where she was without her childhood experience working a Wiltshire caravan park owned by her father.
Jade told the BBC that from a very young age she would do whatever jobs needed doing, from working in the site's shop taking money from customers, to cleaning out the toilet blocks.
"It all added to the experience and meant that I was so outgoing and had to be confident talking to anyone that I met," she said.
Leaving the site as an 18-year-old, Jade went on to work as an 18-30 club rep before taking up her current role in direct marketing - but now she may just be on the verge of something much bigger.
The final of The Apprentice 2012 is tonight at 8:30pm on BBC One.