About Newspaper Club
This is Newspaper Club. We're here to help you make your own newspapers. Whatever you'd like to make by putting ink on newsprint, we'd like to help you.
Newspaper Club was founded in 2009, by the Really Interesting Group, supported by 4iP. Since then, we've helped thousands of people and organisations, from over 20 countries, print more than a million newspapers.
Newspaper Club is, in alphabetical order:
Chief Executive Officer
Anne was Newspaper Club's first employee and is now somehow CEO. A lapsed librarian she worked in various public sector web teams before joining Newspaper Club. When she's not printing she likes to wander about with a camera. The results of this are at I like and Nothing To See Here.
Co-founder and Head of Art & Design
Emily left her job as a chef to join Newspaper Club in June 2011 and hasn't looked back since. When not printing newspapers, she's an illustrator and maker of soft monkeys - you can see her work at emieye.com, or visit the monkeys in their Etsy shop.
Gareth — who is confusingly also known as Gary or sometimes even Gaz — works at the less exciting end of the operation. Finance, pricing, contracts, forecasting, HR, that sort of thing. He does a similar job for other growing businesses and contributes to and edits The Dabbler.
Mike's an engineer. He divides his time between working on the site, Douglas Crockford fanboyism, and amateur design projects.
Another Glasgow based illustrator and ex-chef, Rosemary spends her days at the Newspaper Club plotting graphs, writing lists and thinking about numbers, which makes her very happy.
Co-founder and Head of Sales & Marketing
Russell was last in the queue when they were giving out titles so he ended up with 'Sales And Marketing'. He does very little of either, but he does write occasional blog posts and agrees with Tom when Tom invents new products. And the whole thing was his idea (though Ben thinks it was his.)
Silje Eirin Aure
After a period of globetrotting, Silje decided to grow some roots and settle in Bonnie Scotland. In addition to being part of the operations/customer service team in her adopted city of Glasgow, she also works as an illustrator and has been known to translate the odd Mills & Boon adventure into her native tongue of Norwegian.