Nick Bell (businessman)
|Born||Nicholas James Bell
17 December 1983
Alnwick, Northumberland, England
|Residence||Los Angeles, California U.S.|
|Title||Vice President, Content|
Nick Bell (born 17 December 1983) is an English Businessman and currently serves as Vice President of Content at Snap Inc, makers of Snapchat where he reports to CEO Evan Spiegel. Bell was formerly Senior Vice President of Digital at News Corporation. He is known for his entrepreneurial ventures setting up a group of websites during the dot com boom of the late nineties, earning almost a million pounds from the sale of Teenfront.com at the age of 16. His later ventures included a sunbed and spray tanning company inside Tesco stores and an audiovisual equipment company. Bell attended The Royal Grammar School, Newcastle.
Early life and education
Bell joined Snapchat from News Corp in early 2014 and is described as one of Evan Spiegel’s closest lieutenants. Bell has been the one in charge of turning it into full-fledged media company leading its content strategy, including Live and Discover.
Honours and awards
- In 2016 Bell was named by the magazine Fast Company as 21st on its list of the "100 of the most creative business people" in 2016 
- In 2016 he was listed on Linkedin's Next Wave - Top Professionals 35 and Under Changing the Way We Do Business 
- In 2016 he was featured in the Variety’s Digital Entertainment Execs to Watch 2016 report
- In 2016 he was awarded first place in The Hollywood Reporter's ranking of L.A.'s Most Powerful Digital Players
- In 2017 he was listed at position 77 in the Billboard Power 100 List in 2017.
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- Roth, Daniel. "Top Professionals 35 and Under Changing the Way We Do Business". Linkedin. Linkedin. Retrieved 25 June 2017.
- Wallenstein, Andrew. "Variety's Digital Entertainment Execs to Watch 2016". Variety. Retrieved 13 June 2017.
- Jarvey, Natalie. "Silicon Beach 25: L.A.'s Most Powerful Digital Players". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 13 June 2017.
- "Billboard Power 100". Billboard. Retrieved 12 June 2017.
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