Bianca Miller-Cole an award-winning Entrepreneur and personal brand expert; having founded the ‘go to’ business for harnessing workforce potential. The business has an impressive list of clients including HSBC, Accenture, AMEX, CMS LLP, PWC, Barclays, BlackRock, Kings College London, Microsoft, EY, Google, LSE, UAL, BT, KPMG, Facebook to name a few. Bianca was honoured as a ‘Forbes 30 under 30’ for her commitment to e-commerce and retail via her diverse hosiery brand “Bianca Miller London”, which she pitched in the final BBC Business competition, The Apprentice in 2014.
Bianca’s business influence also resulted in her being awarded a Top 10 ‘Power Profile Leader’ via LinkedIn out of 20 million members, alongside Richard Branson. She appears in the Top 50 Future Leaders lists for the Financial Times HERoes (women only) and EMpower (ethnic minority) lists for her success in business. She is the co-author of bestselling book “Self Made: The Definitive Guide to Business Startup Success” and uses her spare time to mentor a growing community of budding entrepreneurs. Bianca is a business mentor on Channel 4 TV show 'Save Well, Spend Better' and utilises her expertise to assist members of the public with their financial dilemmas.
Bianca has become extremely popular for her keynote and guest speaking appearances due to her ability to cultivate an inspired workforce at any age or stage of their career life cycle. Her ability to engage audiences from school leavers to new joiners, middle managers, experienced hire, senior executives and returners is remarkable. She excels in providing her audience with an interactive experience ladened with actionable content and key takeaways.
One of Bianca’s much-loved abilities is presenting information in an engaging, actionable and informative way, making her interactive keynote speeches on the topics of Intrapreneurship in the workplace, Building ‘Brand You’ , Networking, Power Presenting, High Impact Leadership, Innovation, Critical Thinking and her personal entrepreneurial journey extremely popular with corporate audiences.