APPRENTICE star Bianca Miller-Cole will appear at Bolton University to offer advice to new businesses.

Bianca and serial entrepreneur husband Byron Cole have recently written a new book called Self Made which they claim will help people run their own businesses.

They are now using nuggets from the book to help new businesses and will be at the Institute of Management on April 12 from 7pm.

The guide has been created to help and inspire entrepreneurs at any stage of the business life cycle to take the steps necessary to create a successful business.

The book is complimented by industry insight interviews with household names in banking, online brand creation advice with UK domain registry Nominet, trademark law guidelines from Trademark Wizards and legal business advice from Lex Sterling. There are also anecdotes from self-made entrepreneurs including Alesha Dixon, Jason ‘Juicemaster’ Vale, Jay Shetty, Mark Hobbs and a foreword from the ultimate interviewer and Lord Sugar's right hand man Claude Littner.

Former Apprentice Runner up Bianca said: ‘I am really excited about the launch of my first book, over the years many people have asked Byron and I how to get started? or what they should do next? I am happy that we can offer them assistance with this via the book; utilising our experience and knowledge to help them to turn their dreams into reality.

‘Since being on the show, pitching my idea, and then enduring to make it a reality, I have experienced many successes in both of my businesses. I am happy to share these experiences and lessons learned within the book with all who believe they could use the assistance."

Bianca co-wrote the book with husband and award-winning entrepreneur Byron Cole who has been intimately involved in 12 business start-ups over his span as an Entrepreneur.

“My dream has always been to help other people with an entrepreneurial spark to reach their business goals, I believe this book will provide the guidance I wish I had when I started my first business. We offer inspiration, real life experience and facts to help you start or grow your business” says Cole.

Byron’s personal story reads like the ultimate rags to riches, from council estate to successful entrepreneur. He believes ‘hard work, pays off’ and his contributions to the book show you how.

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