PR and digital marketing agency Outwrite has signed up two new clients.

The Mold-based agency has won contracts from award-winning recycling charity Refurbs Flintshire and business growth specialists Inventorium.

Outwrite will be promoting the launch of a new service by Refurbs Flintshire: doorstep collections of unwanted clothing and textiles for recycling. The charity already collects and recycles furniture and electrical goods, which it sells from its warehouse in Flint.

Refurbs Flintshire also helps local jobseekers gain employability skills through paid work placement programmes.

As part of the contract, Outwrite’s services will include rebranding, a new website, SEO, online promotion, social media consulting, flyers and press releases.

Inventorium, which helps individuals and businesses turn innovative ideas into profitable ones, has tasked Outwrite with increasing awareness around a new business initiative.

SwEquity Exchange Wales, a unique accelerator programme, is backed by EU funding and will help turn business ideas into investable propositions by joining idea owners with skilled teams.

Outwrite’s role will include press releases, handling the launch of the programme, acting as their press office and online consulting.

Both campaigns will be done bilingually.

Founded in 1994, Outwrite is a PR and digital marketing agency. Its growing client list includes Bodnant Welsh Food, food waste recycler Biogen, chemicals manufacturer Synthite, law firm Aaron & Partners and Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK.

Managing director Tracy North said: “Refurbs Flintshire and Inventorium both have exciting times ahead of them and we are looking forward to helping them achieve their respective business goals. As well as the more traditional PR and marketing methods, there will also be a heavy dose of online work.

“While organisations may be reluctant or unable to outsource online work to an external agency, the consultancy service we provide is a crucial step in ensuring that digital campaigns have purpose and achieve the right results. Having PR, marketing and SEO as part of the business strategy is an essential tool to surviving and prospering in the current economic climate.”