Young Gun Emma Sinclair named as Telegraph Wonder Woman

Founder of Target Parking talks business in a brand new online column

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  • Abigail Van-West

Emma Sinclair, founder of Target Parking and 2011 Young Gun, is sharing her business knowledge in a weekly online column for The Telegraph.

Named ‘Wonder Women', the brand new section features columns from seven other powerful women including Sophie Cornish, who co-founded Notonthehighstreet.com with 2008 Young Gun Holly Tucker.

Taking her first company Mission Capital public aged 29, Sinclair became the youngest person in the UK to float a business on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM).

Her latest company Target Parking offers a range of services to Britain's car parks and boasts clients such as Urban Splash and the Forestry Commission of Scotland.

Sinclair will be using her experience to fuel her column, beginning with a discussion of ‘the lack of private sector experience in the UK government'.

Abigail Van-West

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