In Sunday night's final we saw Lord Sugar decide to put his £250,000 money into Mark Wright's digital advertising agency after both he and Bianca and pitched their business ideas to Lord Sugar and industry experts.
Even though she won't be getting Lord Sugar's cash, Bianca is keen to get investment from others and has made some changes to her business.
Her up market price point saw a pair of tights originally being flogged for more than £30, but this has now come down to just £7.99 after criticism on the show.
And her True Skin name has been ditched in favour of a new Bianca Miller London brand.
The currently under-construction website promises to "offer a comprehensive range of skin tone hosiery that is representative of all women."
Bianca showed no bad feelings about her loss on The Apprentice this week, saying: "Mark could help me with my SEO - although I think he might be a bit too expensive for me."
She added: “If you lose to someone who isn't very good, it's upsetting, but Mark is very credible.
"I was happy to go up against him and if I was going to lose, to lose to him was the best I could hope for, really.”