Jumping into the Dragon's Den
The Herald|October 26, 2021
STEVEN MAKES HISTORY ON HIT TV SHOW
JEN PHARO & TIANNA CORBIN

THE latest addition to the Dragon's Den line-up, Plymouth's Steven Bartlett, has been a fan of the BBC One show since the age of 12.

After growing up watching his idols on TV, he will now be sitting next to them and will become the youngest Dragon to join the show.

Steven, who was raised in Plymouth, made it his ambition to sit alongside the likes of Peter Jones and Deborah Meaden, and now his dreams have become a reality.

Fast forward 17 years, and the founder of the Social Chain marketing agency is now worth £50 million.

He has become the show's youngest investor at the age of 29. He only revealed his obsession with the show after he had finished filming his first series. He has told the Daily Mirror how his new colleagues are 'the nicest people in the world and welcomed him on board.

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