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A Mold-based PR agency has strengthened its team following a series of contract wins.

Outwrite has taken on Will Catterall as a PR and digital marketing assistant, as well as Stacey Wright who joins as an administrator.

Will, from Connah’s Quay, arrives at Outwrite to assist with both traditional and modern PR services including social media and SEO (search engine optimisation).

The 18-year-old completed a summer marketing internship at a Chester-based law firm and also provides content and manages the match-day social media accounts for gap Connah’s Quay Nomads Football Club.

He said: “After completing my A-levels I was interested in an alternative path to university, and the role at Outwrite gives me the perfect opportunity to develop and progress.

“I’m looking forward to enhancing my PR and digital marketing skills by becoming involved in the firm’s campaigns.”

Stacey, from Mold, spent seven years in the finance industry and also has experience of using social media to promote a business. She will manage internal projects and processes to allow the PR and marketing specialists to concentrate on client work.

Stacey said: “Outwrite is a reputable business and I’m thrilled to have joined them at a time when the company is growing.”

Outwrite’s managing director Tracy North said: “I’m pleased to welcome both Will and Stacey to the agency and I’m sure they will play an integral role in our growth going forward.

“We have won a number of new contracts over recent months and our new employees reflect the positive developments happening here at the firm.”

Outwrite’s list of clients includes the Wales Air Ambulancecivil engineering firm Jones Bros, chemicals manufacturer Synthitefood waste recycler Biogen, and Chester-based commercial property specialists Beresford Adams Commercial.

Outwrite was founded in 1994 and specialises in PR, social media marketing and SEO (search engine optimisation).

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