Three award nominations, two new faces, and a host of new clients made it another successful 12 months for the team at Outwrite.
Oh, and we were also named one of the top PR and marketing agencies in the North West!
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We kicked off the year with a digital restructure, which saw our own Anthony Bullick become head of digital. His role involves fusing together the client’s PR, social media and SEO activities to ensure maximum benefit and return on investment.
Online PR activity has been a focus for us this year, and to help businesses we released an infographic discussing our top five PR for SEO tips.
We also ran more than 20 PR and social media workshops and seminars across Wales and Chester. We’re planning on running more in 2016 so get in touch if you would be interested in attending.
Now one of the faces and voices of North Wales businesses, she was subsequently invited onto BBC Radio Wales’ Wales at Work programme to discuss the budget.
Tracy was also shortlisted in the business category at the Daily Post Leaders awards.
Outwrite was recognised in two separate industry awards when it was shortlisted at the PRmoment.com awards and the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Cymru awards.
The agency was also named by its peers as one of the North West’s top PR and marketing agencies in the annual ‘Heat’ list produced by North West Business Insider.
Outwrite also picked up new clients throughout the year including Mold-based Jackson Fire & Security, engineering, environmental and planning consultants Caulmert, Simon O’ Rourke Tree Carving, giftware specialists Bespoke & Beautiful and Chester-based Old Hall Country Club and Spa.
We also added two new faces during a recruitment drive: Will Catterall and Stacey Wright joined as PR and digital marketing assistant and administrator respectively.