Last nightís The Apprentice final, on BBC One, saw botox beat baking in the battle for Lord Sugarís £250,000 investment, and the chance to become his business partner.
NHS doctor Leah Totton was crowned the winner of the 9th series with her business proposal of a cosmetic procedure chain, beating cake entrepreneur, Luisa Zissman. However despite losing Lord Sugarís backing, Zissman is seeking investment for her Bakerís Toolkit business - a one stop shop for baking supplies.
Already the founder of online business The Baker Shop, and Dixieís Cupcakery, based in St Albans, Zissman has pitched her idea to Angels Den - a company that connects business owners who require funding with investors.
The Bakerís Toolkit is designed to be a wholesale provider of high-quality baking products to the baking industry. According to the finalistís Twitter account, she has already gained support from 16 investors. To launch the business, Zissman will be looking to raise £250,000 via crowdfunding and investors.
Oliver Zissman,†chief†operating officer†of Baker's Toolkit, said: "We are delighted to have had such positive feedback from both potential investors as well as the British baking public.††
"Bakers Toolkit along with The Baker Shop is all about high quality products and world class & modern service."