Podcast host and TV personality, Steven Bartlett, has now made a name for himself as the youngest ever investor on the hit BBC One show Dragons' Den, and hosts the number one podcast in the UK, The Diary of a CEO.
The 29-year-old started off in humble beginnings, he was born in Botswana and moved to Plymouth at the age of two. Following his enormous amounts of success as a businessman, people are wondering what his net worth is in 2022.
What is Steven Bartlett’s Net Worth?
According to Forbes magazine, the entrepreneur’s net worth was £71 million when he was 26 years old, details of his net worth at present day are unknown however we can assume it has increased parallel with his success over the last three years.
Bartlett became the co-founder and CEO of the social media marketing company Social Chain when he was just 22 years-old, he started the company from his bedroom in Manchester and is now valued at an astonishingly impressive £300 million.
Whilst he remains the co-founder of the business, he left his role as CEO in December 2020 to enable him to allocate time into developing other business ventures.
He started his podcast, The Diary of a CEO, in 2017 where he interviews some of the most influential business people in the world in often very deep and lengthy episodes. Currently the number one podcast in the UK, Bartlett has interviewed high-profile guests such as Liam Payne, Karren Brady, Jimmy Carr, and more recently former health secretary Matt Hancock.
Another notable career move of Steven’s was the release of his book ‘Happy Sexy Millionaire’, which became a Sunday Times Bestseller in 2021.
All of these previous successes led up to one of the biggest shifts in his career, from his digital output of content to mainstream media, announcing that he would feature permanently on the BBC One Show Dragons' Den which has been on air for an impressive 15 years.
Speaking to BBC Radio 1Xtra in 2021 ahead of the announcement, he said “'To see someone like me on the show…that's not going to wear a suit, and that is into all the same things you're into - like hip-hop music, jollof rice, Manchester United and whatever else it is - I think is an enabler.”