UR-InThePaperTM was founded by Rebecca Jayne Philipson, who, aged 21, suspended her English & Art History degree to pursue her lifetime ambition of managing her very own company.

In conjunction with a local software & website design team, Rebecca began experimenting with various techniques and methods to produce Europe's first personalised tabloid newspaper. After much development the company finalised it's bulk production methods and the fully automated system now allows UR-In The Paper to offer very fast turn around times to customers.

Rebecca has appeared on BBC DRagons' Den, Sky News, This Morning and CBBC's Beat The Boss as well as being profiled in National and Local newspapers and radio.

Rebecca won Enterprising Young Brit of the Year 2006 as well as being Runner Up for Most Innovative Idea. In 2007 The company was Runner Up for the Best Internet Business 2007 award. In November 2007 Rebecca won North East Young Entrepreneur of the Year and was Runner Up for North East Business Executive 2007. In December 2007 she won Natwest Everywoman Artemis Award for entrepreneurs aged 18-25.

UR-InThePaper TM now have the capacity to produce in excess of 10,000 bespoke papers each week.