Outwrite is celebrating after its head of digital was shortlisted for a prestigious PR award.
Anthony, 29, is joined by three others on the shortlist, which recognises individuals under 30 for their commitment, excellence and work in the PR and communications industry.
One of just 41 CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations) accredited practitioners in Wales, he is a monthly columnist for the Daily Post. He is also the company’s lead digital trainer delivering workshops and seminars across Wales and Cheshire.
He said: “It’s a huge compliment to be shortlisted for this hotly-contested award. My year got off to a fantastic start with a promotion to head of digital, and now I have the chance to add an award win to my name.
“Although it’s an individual award, being shortlisted acknowledges the strength of the entire team at Outwrite.”
Anthony finds out if he has been successful at the PRmoment.com awards ceremony at the Hilton Hotel, Manchester on 11 March.
Outwrite managing director, Tracy North, said: “Throughout his time at Outwrite, Anthony has proven to be a valuable member of the team.
“I regularly receive unsolicited comments from clients and contacts who praise Anthony’s outputs and his positive approach.
“His drive to learn and progress, and excellent work ethic, has seen him rise up through the ranks quickly.
“It’s no surprise he has been shortlisted for this award.”