He subsequently appeared in the follow-up program Secret Millionaire Changed My Life.
Ben appeared on ITV's Take Me Out dating show on 20 February 2010, on which he declared his personal wealth as £10m, also taking Daisy Gigg out on a date.
On June 1, 2016, however, Lynsi effectively became the youngest billionaire upon Elizabeth Holmes's net worth being revised by Forbes from .5 billion to zero.As the sole beneficiary of family trusts, she is currently In-N-Out's majority owner and will ultimately receive control of the company's stock in its entirety on her 35th birthday, becoming the sole owner.When she was 12, her parents separated and she moved with her mother to the small town of Shingletown, California, where she lived on a ranch and graduated from Redding Christian School, a private high school in Palo Cedro, California that her parents helped found.However, after a dispute with the investors in 2001 he was diluted out of the business and lost everything.It is reported that he was in the under thirties Sunday Times Rich List 2001 on the same day he could not buy a tube ticket.
Way is involved in a large number of startup companies that are listed on the Rainmakers Global website, such as Go Dine, the restaurant booking service; Fuel My Blog, the blogging product review service; Truevoo, the i Phone apps store review service; an SME advice service called Smarta; and a graduate recruitment company called Brave New Talent.
In 2009 Rainmakers opened a United States (US) branch and consequently became involved in a number of US startups, including Traffic Spaces, the ad management platform, and Boost CTR, the Google adwords optimizer.
a citizen journalism site that covers a large number of UK tech sector events.
Way and Hermione Way developed Go Ignite, a health and lifestyle smartphone app and hardware for the Bravo TV reality television show they both appeared in.
In 2006, he appeared on the Channel 4 TV show Secret Millionaire where he gave away £40,000 in a philanthropic act after spending two weeks in Hackney as a volunteer.
£20,000 was given to a youth organisation, £10,000 to a young entrepreneur, and another £10,000 as a thank you to one key member of the Hackney community.