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Emma Sinclair MBE

Tatler magazine described Emma as a tech head who will “be running the universe one day.” For others wanting to know more, she’s often described as a “force of nature in the world of business and entrepreneurialism, combining a professional career with intellect and charm”. She’s fine with either description!

Emma remains the youngest person to have floated a company on the London Stock Exchange, having done so at 29. Her formative years were spent in M&A before moving into real estate and specifically, the parking industry where she founded (and exited) Target Parking.

Emma now co-leads the global software company EnterpriseJungle. An SAP Partner company voted the most innovative enterprise new software company in 2014 and coveted Pinnacle Award finalist in 2015, their hero solution is Alumni Management. It transforms enterprise talent and tracks/maintains evergreen data about alum for talent management purposes (as well as CRM, procurement and other features); helping manage Alumni and Retirees to increase talent pools and reduce internal costs.

Most recently she’s proud to have become UNICEF’s first Business Mentor. Emma truly believes entrepreneurship can change the world and the programme embodies her belief that teaching basic business skills can change the course of someone’s life. She knows advise on business and innovation.

Although no bio of Emma’s would be complete without mentioning the five stars she gained at her first job at 16 at McDonalds.

She’s also been selected by The Telegraph in 2012 to launch the business column in the Wonder Women section. Emma regularly contributes to other papers including the Guardian, Wall Street Journal, CityAM and regularly commentate on business for TV and speaks at events and conferences on subjects ranging from business and entrepreneurialism to innovation and diversity across Europe, the USA and Asia.