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Best business accounts to follow on Twitter



Best business accounts to follow on Twitter

Twitter may have recently been rebranded to X, but the platform has largely remained the same in that it’s still a place where people go to share their thoughts on things that matter to them. For startup owners, a great deal can be learned by following certain accounts on Twitter, as there are plenty in the know individuals who are prepared to share golden nuggets of advice on a daily basis.

The following list is a congregation of all the best business accounts to follow on Twitter, alongside a bit of information on what makes them so follow-worthy.

Best business accounts to follow on Twitter

Best business accounts to follow on Twitter – Top ten


Naval Ravikant is an entrepreneur who has founded several startups and invested in over 200 companies. His Twitter account is quite unique in that he doesn’t follow anyone and simply shares some of his philosophical beliefs. His pinned tweet is a threat about how to get rich (without getting lucky) and it has amassed 236 likes.


Gary Vee is a Twitter account well worth following if you enjoy a daily dose of motivation and inspiration. Vee has accumulated over 3m followers on the platform over the years thanks in large to his hustle tips and tactics which are of use to business owners across the world. He also has a podcast which you can watch snippets of via his Twitter feed.


Ent Magazine is a publication for business owner and their Twitter account is basically a gateway to the best articles published by them. The @Entmagazine Twitter feed will redirect you to their website but it at least teases you with article titles so you can find the entrepreneurial relevant to you before heading there.


Sean Kelly creates health and wellness services for a living and his success is well documented (Forbes’ 30 under 30 member). His Twitter feed is brilliant as it provides other business owners with health and fitness tips/practices that are suited to the lifestyle of an entrepreneur. These tips don’t just revolve around exercise, but also around things like sleep optimization and meal planning.


Guy Kawasaki is a huge reason why the Apple product you are reading this article on even exists. Kawasaki is a world-class marketing expert and was once a huge player in Apple’s marketing team. Kawasaki’s Twitter feed is engaging and will leave you more knowledgeable on business, marketing and clever little hacks to speed up certain processes.


Pat Flynn made his name as a blogger who promoted the importance of smart, passive income. He has since turned his blog into a podcast and his following has grown from there. Flynn’s Twitter account is well worth a follow if you want tips on blogging and strategies or want to hear him to talk some of the biggest business influencers in the world on his podcast.


Sweatystartup is the name of the Twitter account run by Nick Huber. Huber is a self-made success story after turning his first job as a furniture mover into a large warehouse real estate company. His Twitter account is basically a place that you should go if you also want to find a niche in the market and turn your startup into a multi-million-pound business. Huber provides followers with awareness of several undersaturated, low-cost markets.


Reid Hoffman is an online entrepreneur and venture capitalist. Like many of the people on this list, he also has a business podcast and his is all about the importance of leadership in a business. If you are looking to become a better leader as your company grows, then give him a follow and take a look at his podcast as his advice is well worth taking on board.


Sam Parr has created and sold many companies but perhaps his biggest brag is that countless former employees of his have also gone on to build successful businesses. If you want to be like those people he has mentored in the past, then his Twitter account is a good start. He is a marmite-type of a businessman in that he is a risk taker who is happy to go in blind and then adapt as he goes.


Andrew Chen is a must-follow if you have a startup in the technology sector. His newsletter is one of the oldest and most reputable in the game where he shares tips and advice on the latest technological trends and how to make your business work in an ever-evolving world.

Andy is a Professional Content Editor with expertise in a whole host of areas (or so he tells us anyway). His main interests are Startups, innovation and social media. He has reviewed over 100 startups so far for

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