24 Nov Essex Entrepreneur James Sinclair wins national entrepreneur award
James Sinclair, Essex Entrepreneur, owner of Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park and founder of the Partyman Company has had another accolade awarded to him at the London final of The NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Award, held at the Millennium Hotel on 21st November.
He also recently won the Rural Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the work he has done in turning around the fortunes of Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park in Essex.
Winning the #GoDo Entrepreneur of the Year Award, James was recognised nationally as an entrepreneur who leads the way and gets things done. The judges were looking for a demonstration of the ability to take action, a hunger for opportunity, a leader in tough situations and a willingness to find solutions to problems.
They found all those qualities and more in James who started his entrepreneurial journey as a party entertainer aged 15 and grew the business into the Partyman Company that is headquartered in Essex and today generates £10 million turnover yearly and employs 350 staff members.
Now in its fifth year, the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards recognises the hard work and inspiring stories of British entrepreneurs, rather than just their financial success. Previous winners include James Watt who founded Brewdog and Julie Dean who founded the Cambridge Satchel Company. Judges this year included serial entrepreneur James Caan CBE and David Buttress, founder of Just Eat.