Steven Bartlett is a British Entrepreneur, speaker, investor, bestselling author and the host of Europe’s No.1 Podcast, ‘The Diary of a CEO’ – an unfiltered journey into the remarkable stories and untold dimensions of the world’s most influential people, experts and thinkers.

Steven is an accomplished investor in the health and wellness space with notable investments including Huel – UK’s fastest growing e-commerce company internationally, ZOE – the personalised nutrition programme created by the world’s top scientists, and wearable technology brand WHOOP. Steven’s other investments focus on blockchain technologies, biotech, space, Web3 and social media.

Steven co-founded Flight Group – a media, marketing and investment company consisting of Flight Fund, Flight Ventures, Flight Story, Flight Studio, Flight Talent and Flight Tech.

Steven also co-founded thirdweb – a software platform backed by Shopify and Coinbase that makes it easy to build web3 applications.

In August 2023, Steven released his #1 Sunday Times best selling book, “The Diary of a CEO: The 33 Laws of Business and Life”. He joined the BBC’s hit TV business show Dragons’ Den for a third series, as the youngest ever Dragon in the show’s history.

Steven is particularly focused on inspiring a new generation of entrepreneurs and creators from a BAME background and much of his work after winning the “British Black Entrepreneur of the year” award focused on disadvantaged schools and communities. 

He has partnered with His Majesty’s Prison Service to distribute The Diary of a CEO podcast via their in-cell technology to motivate and encourage young adults. This year he has also partnered with The Ministry of Defence to distribute the podcast,offering key content in the health, wellness and motivational space tohelp educate and inspire UK Armed Forces and Defence personnel during training and on the front line.

Steven has been listed on the Powerlist, which captures the most influential Black Britons and aims to celebrate the achievements of the most influential people of African, African Caribbean and African American heritage in the UK.

Last year, Steven became an Advocate for Prince William’s charity programme, Homewards, spotlighting the positive role and impact businesses can have in demonstrating the possibility of ending homelessness in the UK.

Steven’s audience includes young aspiring entrepreneurs, creators, business leaders and high net-worth individuals.