The Printing Charity’s 2023 Rising Star Awards reception, hosted by Printing Charity President
Emeritus Lord Black of Brentwood, was held at the House of Lords on 6th July 2023.
Members of the print, packaging, paper, publishing and graphics industries joined the charity at the event to celebrate the achievements of this year’s Award winners, who each received grants of up to £1500 for training and development to help them shine in their careers.
This year, Rising Star grants were awarded to 34 people aged between 18-30 from across the
industry. There has been an increase in role diversity amongst winners. This year’s winners work in a range of roles spanning administration, client management, communications, design, editorial, finance, human resources, management, marketing, sustainability and technical expertise, plus those who have founded their own businesses. This shows the great potential for building a career in any discipline within the print sector and allied trades.
Many applicants will use their grant to fund a portfolio of complementary courses designed to build a range of skills and boost their capability, personal growth and career potential.
Click here to find out more about this year’s winners:
Aaron Toombs, Aleksandra Polasik, Ally Boldan, Annis Livock, Darryl Worbey, Emma McLarnon, Erika Budreviciute, Gabriela Solarek, Gemma McCarthy, Giulia Maggiori, Hannah Parry, Iva Dobreva, Jack Pearson, Jake Ross, James Whitestone, Jamie Butterworth, Jana Craddock, Jessica Readett, Joel Sharp, Kevin Worrall, Lauren Raftery, Luke Drysdale, Macauley Hardeman, Marta Catalano, Matthew Stevenson, Mychael Bottomley, Patricia Chido, Rachael Wass, Robyn Benham, Rory Codd, Sophie Ward, Stephen McAulay, Taylor Lock and Tia Ralhan.