North Wales businesses have one last chance to book onto a digital PR workshop being held by Outwrite PR on behalf of Business Wales.

Outwrite’s lead digital trainer Anthony Bullick, who is also a columnist for the Daily Post, will be holding the free interactive workshops in Bangor, St Asaph, Mold and Wrexham in September and October.

Although places only remain at the Wrexham event on October 2, North Wales businesses can add themselves to the reserve list at any of the other venues.

Each seminar will equip attendees with practical tips and advice on how to increase their company’s profile off- and online, from drafting and issuing press releases to integrating social media into the PR activity.

Anthony will also share advice picked up from his experiences writing for the Nottingham Evening Post, working as a social media journalist at the Rugby League World Cup and his role at Mold-based Outwrite.

Anthony said: “One of the biggest factors for a buyer during the decision making process is the level of trust they have towards a particular brand.  A business’ reputation is enhanced with an effective PR strategy.

“The seminars will provide attendees with the steps needed to create and implement a PR plan spanning off- and online media.”

The free seminars, which form part of Business Wales’ comprehensive programme of business events, will take place in:

Wrexham, Tuesday 2 September, at the Holt Lodge Hotel, 9am until 12.30pm

St Asaph, Wednesday 10 September at the OpTic, Glyndwr, from 9am until 12.30pm

Bangor, Wednesday 17 September at the Business Wales office on Parc Menai from 9am until 12.30pm

Bangor, Wednesday 1 October at the Business Wales office on Parc Menai from 9am until 12.30pm

Wrexham, Thursday 2 October, at the Holt Lodge Hotel, 9am until 12.30pm

St Asaph, Friday 3 October, at the OpTic, Glyndwr, from 9am until 12.30pm

Mold, Tuesday 14 October, at the Beaufort Park Hotel, from 9am until 12.30pm

You can register to attend by visiting the Business Wales events website or contacting 03000 6 03000

For more information on business support, contact Business Wales on the number above, or sign up to the Business Wales social media accounts,  @_businesswalesor @_busnescymru on Twitter, or by searching for Business Wales or Busnes Cymru on Facebook.