Outwrite’s head of digital Anthony Bullick gave Mold-based businesses an insight into what modern day PR can do for them.

The event, hosted by Mold Business Forum, saw local businesses give 10 minute presentations at Solvings UK’s Silicwm Valley facility.

A total of 10 firms, including Outwrite’s client Jackson Fire & Security, were in attendance to learn more about their neighbouring businesses.

The presentation night was the first of its kind in 2016, supported by the West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce.

Anthony, whose presentation can be seen below, discussed what PR is and highlighted the CIPR’s definition of PR: ‘The result of what you do, what you say and what others say about you.’

He used examples of Outwrite’s successes with a range of clients including PR for wood recycling firm Plevin, social media for the North Wales branch of the Institute of Directors, and PR for Chester-based solicitors Aaron and Partners.

Other presentations included a talk on microchip technology from RFID Direct, a lesson in safety regulations from Delyn Safety and information on charity Shelter Cymru.

Anthony said: “The event was a brilliant way to connect and network with other local organisations.

“As well as educating companies on how we perform effective PR and digital campaigns, it was interesting to hear about the wide range of services on offer right here in Mold.

“We already work with a number of North Wales firms, and enjoy being part of this vibrant local business community.”

For more information about the forum, visit www.moldbusinessforum.wales.

Outwrite’s clients include the Wales Air Ambulance, Wynne Construction, Mold-based chemicals firm Synthite, and engineering, planning and environmental specialists Caulmert.

The PR agency specialises in PR, social media and SEO (search engine optimisation).

Check out the presentation below.