Nick Bell (born 17 December 1983) is a British entrepreneur. He is known for setting up a group of websites during the dot com boom of the late nineties, and earning almost a million pounds (between 100,000 and 500,000 in cash) and stock 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. The media friendly businessman is a regular on the UK speaker network encouraging young people to start up businesses. Bell formed Teenfront.com with Robbie Hodgkiss in 1998 at the age of 14, he later sold the business to Rools.com, a teenage payment solution provider. He went on to found numerous other (now non-existent) dot com startups including: Studentmax.com, SnapaJob.com, teen-chat.co.uk and brit-teen.co.uk. In 2002 Nick Bell launched ZeroPlus a high growth audio visual technology business. Nick sold his shareholding in early 2006. In late 2006 Nick founded Quick.tv, an online interactive video tool. The company completed seed financing in November 2007, raising £1.25m.