Stamford woman Rebecca Taylor named in Professional Publishers Association’s (PPA) Next Gen Award for work with Retail Week
A young publisher is among the names to watch in the media world, just seven months into her career.
Rebecca Taylor, from Stamford has been recognised with the Professional Publishers Association’s (PPA) Next Gen Award.
It marks out 30 rising stars in UK specialist media publishing under the age of 30.
Former Stamford High School pupil Rebecca collected her award at a ceremony in London last month.
“I’m so excited and grateful to have been recognised as one of the 30 under 30 rising stars in UK publishing,” said Rebecca.
“To be recognised among such a creative, diverse, and talented group of professionals making up the class of 2023 is such an honour, and I’m looking forward to connecting with them over the next year.”
Rebecca works as commercial content manager for Retail Week, the UK’s leading provider of global retail news and analysis.
Working with global retailers, she creates marketing campaigns across different channels and mediums, including events, reports, and digital features.
Rebecca was recognised for her ‘remarkable’ performance at Retail Week, having worked at the publication for just seven months before the awards.
Judges described her as “an outstanding professional who has gained trust and respect from clients and colleagues alike”.
Rebecca, who studied psychology and marketing at the University of Birmingham, joined the PPA’s first Next Gen Board in June, and is also a Young Ambassador and Involvement Charity for the Brain Tumour Charity.