An Australian rich-lister who dropped out of university and started his own business from scratch with just $350 is now worth $274 million

An Australian rich-lister who dropped out of university and started his own business from scratch with just $350 is now worth $274 million.

Nick Bell, 40, built one of the country’s largest digital marketing agencies, WME, Australia from his bedroom and skate, onesport.ir, sold it in 2017 for $39 million.

The Melbournian appeared on the Australian Financial Review Rich List five times and created an empire of 12 digital agencies across Asia and South America.

Now he is giving his top tips to other budding Australian entrepeneurs who want to follow in his footsteps.

Nick Bell (right) has co-founded company mentoring platform Lisnic with business partner Lisa Teh (left). Bell has an estimated personal net worth of $274million after starting out with $350 to his name in 2008

Nick Bell (right) has co-founded company mentoring platform Lisnic with business partner Lisa Teh (left).

Bell has an estimated personal net worth of $274million after starting out with $350 to his name in 2008

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