A Mold-based PR agency will be flying the flag for Wales after being shortlisted for an industry award which recognises the best PR consultancies across the UK.

Outwrite PR has been nominated for small consultancy of the year at the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) Dare Awards’ Grand Prix event.

The nomination follows the firm’s win of the same category at the PRCA Cymru Wales Dare Awards in June.

This year’s PRCA Dare Grand Prix brings together winners of 2021’s regional awards to celebrate outstanding achievements across specific PR campaigns in addition to the teams and individuals in the industry.

Outwrite PR managing director Anthony Bullick said: “For our industry peers to even place us among the leading consultancies in the UK for an agency of our size is an incredible honour, but it showcases the phenomenal work everyone at Outwrite has been putting in over the last 18 months of the pandemic.

“The team has worked brilliantly to not only adapt to the changes brought about by Covid-19, but also thrive creatively and professionally to produce campaigns that deliver an impact for our clients.”

Outwrite has welcomed a number of new clients and increased its team across 2021, further building on growth experienced throughout the pandemic.

The agency has won accounts including Bangor University, the UK arm of French certification company AFNOR UK, and one of the UK’s largest rural broadband specialists in Voneus.

Existing clients which have retained Outwrite’s services include Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK, Wynne Construction, Meddyg Care, and Watsons Solicitors.

The winners of the PRCA Dare Grand Prix categories will be announced at an in-person event in London on Tuesday 12 October.

Outwrite specialises in integrated PR and communications, crisis PRonline reputation management and social media training.