• Direct mail specialist sees young employee win national award to develop career skills 

Molly Turner, part of the new business development team at Propack, has been awarded a coveted Rising Star Award by The Printing Charity, a national charity that supports people working in the print sector.  

Molly, 25 from Honley, applied to the charity earlier this year with the hope of securing the prize; funding for training that will help further her career.  

This month Propack, a leading provider of technology-led print and direct mail solutions, is proud to announce that Molly has been chosen as a winner and will be taking her career skills to the next level. 

The Rising Star Awards recognise the best young talent in the industry and help them to reach their career goals. The awards are the largest awards programme in the UK for those aged 18-30 in the sector. 

Managing director of Propack, Jason Clough, said: “We’re all very proud of Molly. She’s been with the company for nearly three years and made a real impact.  

“Molly knows the potential for development within the direct mail industry and wants to develop her own skills, while helping the business go in the right direction. It’s great news for Molly, and great news for Propack!” 

Speaking of her win, Molly added: “Direct mail is brimming with endless opportunities for development, innovation and progression.  

“There are so many new innovative opportunities to support education and sustainability within the industry and I look forward to being a part of this change. Here at Propack, we are working to challenge perceptions and looking for new and creative ways to improve our sustainability, quality and processes. 

“I’m so pleased to have won the award. I will be able to use the funding to develop my sales, marketing and management skills further.”   

Propack works with a range of both B2C and B2B clients, with sector specialisms in retail, charity, travel and automotive. Its current client list includes global household brands like Moonpig, Mercedes Benz and Sue Ryder.