Outwrite has been appointed by the Institute of Directors (IoD) to raise its profile in North Wales.
The PR campaign starts as the IoD seeks to increase attendance at its events in the region.
IoD North Wales chairman Helen Watson, a partner with Aaron & Partners solicitors, said: “We’ve recently relaunched our programme. We are promoting our events to IoD members who haven’t attended recently, as well as non-IoD members, who are also welcome to attend.
“Outwrite’s team has great connections across North Wales, and we’re looking forward to working with them.”
Forthcoming events include:
- Launch of the IoD’s first-ever north Wales hub, at Bangor Management Centre, by Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillan, on 3 November
- Question Time-style expert debate on the future of energy supply, hosted jointly with IoD Cheshire branch, followed by a factory tour of Quinn Glass, Ellesmere Port, on 10 November
- North Wales Christmas lunch with speaker, former Wales rugby international Richard Parks, who is now a mountaineer and explorer, St George Hotel, Llandudno, on 4 December