Thirty Under 30 nominees announced

Find out who’s been selected as an upcoming star of stationery in this brand-new awards initiative.
The key to the stationery industry’s future lies with the next generation of young professionals. Thirty Under 30 is a brand-new awards initiative set up to identify and acknowledge these talented young people across the breadth of the UK industry. Nominations for the awards flooded in over the summer, revealing an exciting array of people under 30 shaking things up in the stationery industry.
Our judges were Wendy Vickery, marketing manager at Pentel UK, Mark Janson-Smith, managing director of independent retailer Postmark, Ruth Burgess, senior stationery buyer at B&M Retail Ltd and Julia Faiers, editor of Stationery Matters.
The judges’ ‘Thirty Under 30’ are:
Ross Adams, Niche Pens
Sophie Agar, Papier
Joshua Allsopp, OPI
Taymoor Atighetchi, Papier
Chloe Bayles, A Gift From The Gods
Claire Boyden, The Plan Den
Daniel Mark Carr, ColArt International
Bree Huxley, Think Trigg
Lianne Devonish, NPW Gifts
Emma Farley, A Cornish Geek
Christina Forman, Papier
Rebecca Gray, Rebecca Kathryn
Gemma Hayden, Quadrille
Chris Holden, Ajoto
Qusai Jafferji, Newmans Stationery Ltd
Daniel Kanabar, Castlegate Stationery
Natalie Owen, Natalie Lea Owen
Berjo Mouanga, Berjo Creative
Florin Musteata, Welch & Tidy
Rebecca Ostrowski, Maped Helix
Jaymin Patel, Shop Inc
Emma Pearce, Hotchpotch
Jennifer Rea, Ink Monkey Art
Natalie Richardson, Mall Galleries
Chloe Sewell, Pictures and Presents
Nikki Strange, Nikki Strange
Sidonie Warren, Papersmiths
Adam Whittaker, ExaClair
Scott Woodward, Nemo Group
Mary Yusuf, Cocoon Home & Stationery
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