An American by birth but a global leader by nature, Julie Meyer has become an important speaker on the corporate circuit where audiences want to hear from people who have a track record of building up from the ground and delivering results.

Julie Meyer is an American-born entrepreneur, investor, business adviser, networking expert, broadcaster, and business commentator. She is the founder and Chief Executive of Ariadne Capital, the Managing Partner of Ariadne Capital Entrepreneurs Fund, the Founder of EntrepreneurCountry, and the Founder of Strong Jules. She has lived in London, UK since 24 July 1998, and is a permanent resident.

She co-founded First Tuesday sold in July 2000 to Yazam, a subsidiary of Jerusalem Global, for $50 million.[1]

Meyer was asked to be part of the original Dragon’s Den series in 2005, and decided to accept their offer to be an Online Dragon as one of the two dragons on the BBC’s Dragons' Den[2] Online, the online spin off from the Dragons' Den TV programme, which aired online in 2009 and 2010. She was a regular columnist for the London business paper, City A.M.,[3] has contributed to The Daily Telegraph’s[4] business pages, writes for,[5] and is an Influencer on LinkedIn.