Traveling throughout Europe, allowed McPartlin to realize his passion for global travels and academic endeavors. After graduating from Bond University, McPartlin moved to Washington, D.C., and continued his entrepreneurial ventures both in the financial sector and the water technology sector.
His first international entrepreneurial venture was Armacel Composite Technologies in Australia where he developed a business plan and secured over a million dollars in venture capital for Armacel. Other international ventures include studying throughout China, Brazil and Argentina, as well as a multitude of trips to Europe and Africa.
In 2002, McPartlin created a joint venture with a U.S. based water technology company in Brazil, which he is still involved with today. McPartlin then developed a joint venture with the U.S. based company Water Planet Engineering to further deploy the aeration technology on a global basis. During this time, McPartlin entered into the capital raising business for a number of fund structures and developed and partnered with key strategic partners to create and manage both a Brazilian and South African fund.
In 2011, McPartlin moved back to Detroit from Washington, D.C. McPartlin met Andrew Niemczyk, founder of Parjana®, and in March of 2012 they obtained the exclusive worldwide distribution rights for Parjana® Distribution. McPartlin has keenly been focused on developing the organization ever since.