Nathan Sinnott

Nathan Sinnott

Chief Executive Officer of Newpath WEB

Nathan Sinnott is a tech geek and entrepreneur. He is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of digital agency, Newpath WEB, and an investor in a handful of startups.

Nathan volunteers for an Australian wildlife foundation, rescuing and rehabilitating injured or displaced native wildlife with the aim of releasing them back into the wild. He’s a wine buff and motorsport fanatic.

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