Arun Rupesh Maini, better known as Mrwhosetheboss, is a British YouTuber known for his technology-related content.
He has the UK’s most subscribed tech influencer, with a whopping 3.26 million subscribers. Arun’s channel comprises highly informative and in-depth tech reviews, advice on various gadget brands, and fascinating commentaries.
Maini originally started uploading video game content to YouTube. Then, when he was 14 years old, his brother gave him his first smartphone, a ZTE Blade. Maini decided to make a video about it, and many people watched it, and the video did much better than he expected. From there, he turned his attention to creating smartphone videos, which ultimately led to the trajectory of his channel.
Maini initially focused on videos about smartphones, including smartphone reviews. As the channel’s followers increased, Maini expanded his video premises to cover laptops, cars, and vacuum cleaners. He also gave his honest thoughts about topics such as media manipulation. In 2015, Maini uploaded a tutorial on creating a 3D hologram projector by crafting a pyramid composed of reflective material and placing it on a smartphone screen.
Caspar Richard George Lee is a British-South African YouTuber turned investor and serial entrepreneur. He was featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2020 for his work in media and advertising.
Lee started his YouTube channel ‘dicasp’ in 2011 and later renamed it ‘Caspar.’ Lee was part of the ‘YouTube Boyband’ that raised money in 2014 for Comic Relief. In addition, he was named by Yahoo! News as one of the “12 Web-savvy entrepreneurs to watch” in December 2013.
Ben Jeffries, and Caspar, started Influencer in 2017. Their data-driven technology allows brands like Apple, Pepsi, and Mcdonald’s to build lasting relationships with influencers worldwide. The company’s first investment round on Crowdcube was oversubscribed in just 24 hours, and their Series A funding round saw Jeffries and Lee raise £3 million.
DaveHax is an English YouTuber who uploads hack videos, how-to tutorials, and videos revolving around arts and crafts.
This channel showcases how-to and craft videos using simple household items. Plenty of videos showcase projects, life hacks, science experiments, and cooking tips. To Dave, he says that his channel is “a mixture of original ideas and reworks of classic concepts, together with some slow motion videos, all in one channel.”
William Jonathan “Will” Lenney, better known online as WillNE, is an English commentary YouTuber commonly associated with Stephen Tries, ImAllexx, Memeulous, the Sidemen, and, more recently, James Marriott and JD Official. He was also a member of the former channel XO, which, as of July 2020, has been inactive since June 20, 2019.
Lenney had his first wave of popularity in 2016 when he produced a video on the grime music channel BGMedia, and what he considered the poor quality of the child rappers hosted on their channel. The video went viral and increased the size of Lenney’s channel. By September 2016, Lenney’s channel had amassed roughly 250,000 subscribers. Around that same time, he left university to become a full-time YouTuber on advice from his mother.