Football Aid star Steven Bartlett’s incredible net worth and how he earned his millions

Steven Bartlett, the youngest person to land a coveted spot on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den series, has made millions through marketing agency Social Chain and will be joining this year’s Soccer Aid

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Steven Bartlett will be swapping Dragons’ Den for the ballpark this weekend.

The 29-year-old, who is the youngest Dragon to ever step foot in the Den, became his millionaire as a business magnate before entering the show.

His main source of wealth is the award-winning company Social Chain – a business he founded from his bedroom in Manchester.

Social Chain is an innovative social media marketing agency, with a collective reach of over 200 million people and a global client portfolio that includes Apple, McDonalds and BBC.

At the age of 22, a millionaire built two of the group’s main companies, Social Chain and Media Chain – and by the time he was 27, the company went public before merging with German retailer Lumaland.

Steven is the newest Dragon to be appointed on the BBC series



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He left the company in 2020, which at the time was estimated to be worth around £300m – however, Steven himself has a different net worth.

At the age of 26, Forbes magazine estimates that the businessman is worth around £65 million and this figure has certainly increased in the last few years.

Even without his own business, Steven is a Sunday Times bestselling author of Happy Sexy Millionaire and a podcast host.

The entrepreneur is recognized as the owner of the #1 and fan-favorite podcast The Diary of a CEO, which rakes in over £1 million a year from advertising.

His investment landed him on the board of meal replacement company Huel and became an advisor to life sciences Atai, a company working to cure mental health problems. God.

Steven is the host of the podcast Diary of a CEO



Steven’s professional mind hasn’t always worked in his favor, as he has previously talked about being dumped by a series of former lovers because of abandonment.

But he has found love with his current girlfriend and has even said that if he continues to have children, they will not be spoiled.

“My kids will sit in the economy. They won’t sit wherever I sit,” he joked.

Throughout its years, the podcast has spawned a number of viral moments with celebrities, including reality TV star and beauty influencer Molly-Mae Hague.

Molly, 23, faced immediate backlash after stepping on the podcast and making controversial comments when listeners criticized her as “privilege”.

Steven defends Molly after podcast airs


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The former Love Island star says “everyone has the same 24 hours in the day” and says she’s willing to go “anyway” to achieve success.

At the time, Steven took to Twitter to defend his latest guest on the podcast.

He said: “Molly Mae did an interview on my podcast, yesterday a soundbite from that interview went viral, she trended No.1 on Twitter, every newspaper put it on. believe in it and MP has weight.

“I’ve had male guests say what she said. No one cared. But when Molly said it, she was crucified? It’s crazy.”

Steven’s success goes beyond just being a podcast host – he’s also featured on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list and has won accolades at prestigious awards including the Black British Business Awards. and the Great British Entrepreneur Award.

Steven Bartlett Will Star in Soccer Aid Charity Match Sunday


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This businessman has also made a name for himself in front of the camera after appearing on television.

In addition, the TV star has even been confirmed to participate in this Sunday’s Soccer Aid charity match.

He’ll be starring alongside familiar famous faces, including the likes of England captain and former One Direction singer Liam Payne, as well as former Love Island winner Kem Cetinay.

Sunday’s match will take place at the London Stadium in Stratford and will be broadcast live on ITV, STV and ITV Hub.

Soccer Aid takes place on Sunday, June 12 – the event will begin at 7:30pm.

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