Emma Sinclair is often described as a ‘force of nature’ in the world of business and entrepreneurialism. Among a long list of distinctions she remains the youngest person to have floated a company on the London Stock Exchange, having done so at only 29.
Emma’s formative years were spent in M&A at NM Rothschild before moving into real estate and specifically, the parking industry. She founded Target Parking, a car park and facility management business in 2009, which she exited in May 2014 to focus on tech.
She now leads the global software company she co-founded, EnterpriseJungle. An SAP Partner company and voted the most innovative, new enterprise software company in 2014 beating giants such as Accenture, EnterpriseJungle builds data driven applications which create insights and efficiencies companies otherwise wouldn’t have.
Emma's ability to inspire change led her to become UNICEF’s first Business Mentor in 2014. In her words, "entrepreneurship can change the world". It’s that personal and professional mission that drives her forward.
Emma is easily identifiable within the media world. In 2012 she launched a twice weekly business column in the Telegraph's Wonder Women section. She also contributes to other papers including the Guardian, City A.M. and the Wall Street Journal, and commentates for ITV and Sky News on innovation, technology and entrepreneurship.