A digital PR agency is to carry out four new PR and marketing campaigns following a run of contract wins.

Award-winning Outwrite PR has added business support services organisation Menter a Busnes to its growing client list.

It also sealed further 12-month retainers with logistics and distribution firm Ningbo Palletised Distribution, Wirral-based LBW Chartered Accountants and engineering, environmental and planning consultancy Caulmert.

Outwrite will carry out a 10-month bi-lingual media relations campaign for Menter a Busnes, which supports organisations throughout Wales.

And the agency has been re-appointed by Caulmert, which has four offices across the UK including St Asaph and Bangor, to carry out PR, website management and social media training.

Wrexham-based Ningbo has re-engaged Outwrite for a media relations campaign, while LBW has tasked Outwrite with filming and editing journalistic-style interviews with its clients for case studies and testimonials. Outwrite will also provide social media marketing and email support.

Outwrite PR founder and managing director Tracy North said: “We welcome back Ningbo, LBW, and Caulmert after successful campaigns during the last 12 months, and say hello to Menter a Busnes as our latest client.

“We are passionate about delivering innovative, modern-day PR, and demonstrating tangible results to our clients. This is a key reason why we retain our clients and continue to add more to the roster.

“Our digital services combined with traditional content and media relations is having a huge positive impact for the businesses we work with.”

Elen Williams, director of Menter a Busnes, said: “We’re excited to start working with Outwrite as they have a proven track record for enhancing reputations.

 “Our organisation has experienced a period of fast growth, so it was vital we took on an experienced PR team to get our name out there.

 “Outwrite have set out a clear marketing plan for the coming months and I’m looking forward to see it put into action.”

The contract wins continue a remarkable opening six months to the year for the content marketing agency.

It was shortlisted at the PRmoment.com and Prolific North awards for integrated communications campaigns, and its head of digital Anthony Bullick was shortlisted for young director of the year at the Institute of Directors (IoD) Wales awards.

It also kick-started 2017 with five contract wins.

Its client list includes the Wales Air Ambulance, Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK, video production agency Knew Productions, and housing association Grwp Cynefin.