Heâ€™s been included on the Inside Media under 42 awards 2011, which highlights the top 42 businessmen and women under the age of 42.
In just 5 years, Adam Weaver has built up his online accessories store Proppa into a multi-million pound business.
Although he started out as a one-man-band, Weaver now employs a 25-strong workforce to help him cope with demand.
Today the company still holds true to its origins of providing niche parts for a full rang of vehicles, including off-road leisure vehicles such as quad bikes.
Weaver puts Proppaâ€™s success down to the range of products he offers, citing necessity items rather than luxury goods.
Although heâ€™s excited about the award, Weaver knows how difficult it can be for new businesses to make a success.
â€œThere are some great fledgling businesses out there but too often they are failing through lack of support and guidance,â€ he said.
â€œI know from my own experience the support I need as a business, and I believe I can pass on the benefit of that experience to help the growth of new companies in the future.â€