A PR and digital marketing agency has strengthened its team following several new business wins.
Mold-based Outwrite Public Relations has appointed Anthony Bullick as PR account support executive.
A qualified journalist, the 26-year-old joins Outwrite after tackling a media and PR role at rugby league club Nottingham Outlaws.
Undertaking the position in a voluntary capacity, he more than doubled the number of media outlets covering the club and secured its first ever piece of radio coverage. He also produced copy for the club’s website and developed its presence on social media.
Anthony is currently studying for a Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) advanced certificate in public relations, and has moved to North Wales from his home city of Nottingham to join Outwrite.
He said: “I’m passionate about PR, and joining a well-established and respected agency like Outwrite is a fantastic opportunity.
“I’m already enjoying the varied nature of the position, and am looking forward to playing a key role as we develop our offering to clients.”
Anthony’s appointment comes at a time of steady growth for Outwrite, which was founded in 1994 and now works for companies across the UK in a range of sectors.
These latest appointments add to Outwrite’s existing client base, which includes Seddon Homes, Mold-based chemicals manufacturer Synthite, recruitment company gap personnel, law firm Aaron & Partners and Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK.
Outwrite founder and managing director Tracy North said: “We are pleased to welcome Anthony on board at this exciting stage in Outwrite’s development.
“As digital media becomes increasingly important, we are evolving as a business and now offer services such as social media, website content and video production in addition to our media relations work.
“As Outwrite’s 20th birthday approaches, it’s nice to be able to look to the future with positivity.”