A PR practitioner has taken a step up in her career, receiving an internal promotion to senior account executive.

Alexia Jones joined Outwrite PR as her first role in the industry and has been rewarded for helping deliver impactful campaigns for clients, which contributed to a key period of success for the agency.

After graduating university, she has developed a portfolio of skills for integrated projects at the Mold-based company, in addition to helping craft PR strategies, and working on new business.

Since starting at the firm in 2021, she has become the first point of call on a range of clients across professional services and within the tourism sector, producing quality content for print and digital channels.

Alexia, who was co-opted onto the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) North West committee at the start 2024, said: “Having the opportunity to work on award-winning campaigns and tell the stories of some fantastic organisations is a pleasure.

“Highlights during my time so far have included supporting clients in communicating their work in the green and renewables sector, as well as delivering social media training so they feel empowered using their own channels.

“It’s brilliant to be part of a team that never stands still. From recording and editing news-style videos, to delivering a session at our annual PR conference, I’ve been encouraged to explore any area of the profession which interests me.”

Alexia has worked on accounts including leading Wrexham charity Xplore! Science Discovery Centre and award-winning contractor Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK.

In addition, during her time at the agency, Outwrite was named the 2022 best small PR agency in Wales by the CIPR and achieved three consecutive wins in the category by the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA).

Outwrite’s managing director Anthony Bullick added: “Alexia has ticked all the boxes of what we look for in a passionate PR professional, showing exemplarily performance as her career has developed at the agency.

“She has clearly made an impact at Outwrite, as since the start of 2022, we have secured five industry awards and were nominated for a further 15, which is only made possible through our staff.

“We’re eager to engage with the next generation of PR talent and empower them to climb to any level they wish by listening to their professional and personal goals, with internal promotion always being our preferred option.

“I’m excited to see what she brings to her new position and I’m confident she will excel.”

Outwrite’s clients include construction firm Wynne Construction, Warrington-based Watsons Solicitors,  and specialist transcription provider Apple Transcription.

The agency specialises in integrated PRcrisis PR and online reputation management.