T2S Operations Manager announced winner of Cornwall’s 30 under 30 awards

12th February 2017


Turn to Starboard’s Operation Manager Tamsin Mulcahy has impressed judges and been announced a winner at the inaugural Cornwall 30 under 30 Awards.

The awards celebrate Cornwall’s brightest young business talent, and were organised by Cornwall Chamber of Commerce in partnership with networking group The Hub, Business Cornwall magazine, Avanti Communications plc and sponsor, Cornwall College Business.

The judges were overwhelmed with the standard of entries and quality of young individuals throughout the Duchy. The list of winners reflects the diversity of the business landscape and the positive contribution that these talented entrepreneurs are adding to the Duchy.

Cornwall Chamber chief executive, Kim Conchie, said: “I really enjoy the judging process for any awards. It is always uplifting to read about success stories in Cornwall.

“The 30 Under 30 process, a first, was particularly cheering as we discussed the next generation of leaders and people adding real value to the Duchy. Congratulations to all 30 of you. It was a hard choice from the large number of great people doing tremendous things here.”

You can read all about the Class of 2016 in a special six-page feature in the February edition of Business Cornwall.

Cornwall’s 30 under 30

  • Garry Barter (Hertzian)
  • Grant Batty (PixelRain)
  • Rosie Bradbury (SBPR/We are Group)
  • Thomas Brown (Burning Arrow)
  • Anthony Cavill (Ward Williams Associates)
  • James Chapman (Chapman Machinery)
  • Lyssa-Fee Crump (Headforwards)
  • Jolyon Ferrier (Progress People)
  • Kat George (Oh So Social)
  • Alex Horsfall (The Valley Cottages Ltd)
  • Fleur Jon (Finisterre)
  • Tarquin Leadbetter (Southwest Distillery)
  • Elizabeth Lehan (Point at Polzeath)
  • Sarah Leverton (Fastnet Marketing)
  • Benjamin Milby (Rick Stein Group)
  • Tamsin Mulcahy (Turn to Starboard)
  • Jackie Oddy (PKF Francis Clark)
  • Tom Pugh Jones (Progress People)
  • Ben Rance (Robinson Reed Layton)
  • Melissa Reid (Paralympian)
  • Daniel Rodia (Total Energy Solutions)
  • Sam Rule (Univeristy of Exeter Business School)
  • Amelia Rutter (Finisterre)
  • Katie Sandow (Freelance marketer)
  • Hannah Scoones (Band it)
  • Sarah Scully (ISO Spaces)
  • Rich Stephens (Pixel Rain)
  • Josh Taylor (Hunter Grange Investments)
  • Maddi Tiscoe (Wild West Comms)
  • Lee Williams (Colas)
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