Over the last week, WalesOnline announced its 35 under 35 highest flying business men and women in Wales.
We were delighted that a number of our fantastic clients were included in the list. We love working with these talented individuals and it’s great to see them getting this recognition.
Our MD Lyndsey was also included in the list on the back of jamjar PR’s success since launching in 2012.
Here’s a rundown of our bright bunch of clients:
Jennifer Smith, 30, Underline Transcription
Jennifer launched Underline Transcription following a career break to have children. Returning to the world of work, she discovered a gap in the market for transcription work among the legal and academic sectors and with professional business.
The firm has built up a diverse client base including Swansea, Sheffield and Coventry Universities, Garden Organic and the Ospreys as well as a number of law firms.
Lindsay Tasker, 33, Watkins & Gunn Solicitors
Lindsay joined Watkins & Gunn in 2008 and has since built up extensive experience in all areas of family law, particularly acting for victims of domestic abuse including Children Act proceedings.
Most recently, Lindsay was appointed to the prestigious Law Society’s Children Panel, which means she is now a certified children’s representative and can act for children through court appointed guardians in all care proceedings and complex family law cases.
Lyndsey Jenkins, 33, jamjar PR
Lyndsey is the founder and managing director of jamjar PR which she set up after more than a decade working in the communications industry in Wales.
The company has quickly made its mark on the PR scene in Wales and has secured high profile clients including Brewin Dolphin, National Museum Wales, Cardiff Bus, Oil 4 Wales and Sport Wales.
Jamjar PR has won Outstanding Small Consultancy of the Year award for two years running by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. Outside of jamjar, Lyndsey is trustee of charity World at Play and treasurer of CIPR Cymru Wales.
Rhian Osborne, 30, Greenaway Scott
Rhian is a director of Greenaway Scott. Having studied a degree in neuroscience before moving into law, Rhian heads up the firm’s lifecare and health division and has helped to considerably grow Greenaway Scott with the firm matching its first year’s turnover in the first six months of its second year of trading.
Rhian has extensive knowledge within the commercial sector and advises on all aspects of commercial vent.
Eira Culverwell, 31, RESOLVE it
Eira Culverwell is managing director of RESOLVE it, an organisation that delivers personal safety workshops in schools, charities, businesses and not-for-profit organisations empowering individuals to stay safe.
Having successfully piloted workshops in Howell’s and Kings Monkton schools and not-for-profit organisations including Valleys Kids and Wales and West Housing Association, Eira is responsible for growing RESOLVE it, rolling out taster sessions, workshops and academies across Wales.
She holds two black belts, is the youngest female 3rd Dan black belt in her in style in Wales and runs two busy karate clubs in her spare time.
Jasnoop Cheema, 26, Greenaway Scott
Jasnoop is a high flying commercial solicitor at Greenaway Scott in Cardiff. Unusually for a lawyer she has a degree in biochemistry from King’s College London, which makes her well suited to dealing with intellectual property matters and commercial contracts with clients in the life sciences, technology and IT sectors.
Originally from England, Jasnoop has found Wales “a thriving country for young professionals”, with a strong legal sector which she is keen to make her mark on.
Owen Morgan, 34, Bar 44
Since setting up Bar 44 with his brother Tom in 2002, Owen has been instrumental in the success of the fashionable tapas restaurant and cocktail bar, which includes national recognition from the Sunday Times and Observer Food Monthly Awards.
Bar 44 Cowbridge was also chosen as Waitrose Good Food Guide’s Restaurant of the Year for Wales. This success led the brothers to open a second tapas restaurant and cocktail bar in Penarth in 2012 and their third restaurant in Cardiff city centre in 2015.
Owen is the only person in Wales, and one of a handful of people in the UK, to have achieved a rare sherry qualification.
James Taylor, 34, SuperStars
James founded SuperStars straight from university with £1,000 that his parents had given him for his 21st birthday to go travelling.
He spent the money on sports equipment and convinced a group of coaches to join him and the team went around schools offering their services free of charge.
James and SuperStars have been recognised in a string of national awards including being named as Shell Livewire Entrepreneur of the Year, HSBC Start-up Stars, and the Daily Mail’s Enterprising Young Brits.
Most recently he was appointed to chair the Welsh Government’s Entrepreneurship Panel for Wales and crowned the Director of the Year at the national IOD awards in London.
Owen Cahill, 29, E J Hales
Owen has quickly made his mark on the commercial property market, which is demonstrated by the fact that he was promoted to an associate partner in his late 20’s.
He deals with high profile instructions, including Cardiff Victorian Arcades, Eastgate Leisure scheme, Central Avenue Mall and Newport Retail Park. He also represents clients including UBS, Tesco, Mansford, IGNIS and tenants including Grazing Shed & Waterloo Tea Gardens.
Geraint Hampson-Jones, 33, Brewin Dolphin
Geraint is an assistant director at wealth managers Brewin Dolphin and has played an instrumental role in the firm’s Cardiff office.
Recognised as one of the firm’s young, highly talented team, with significant potential to move the business forward and achieve further growth, Geraint heads up the firm’s Welsh language service.
James Mordecai, 28, Herbert R Thomas
A partner at Herbert R Thomas (HRT) estate agents, James deals with all aspects of commercial agency including the acquisition and disposal of leasehold and freehold commercial property.
He specialises in acting on a mixture of commercial and residential developments across brown and green field sites. James also actively acquires new on and off-market investment opportunities for retained clients and was promoted to partner of the firm in November 2014.