Lisa Appleby

PR assistant

Lisa has the honour of being the company’s first apprentice, following the successful completion of a funded six-month placement.

She is the first point of contact for clients and the media and is also a Welsh speaker.

In addition to general day-to-day administration duties, Lisa provides PR and social media support. This includes tasks such as issuing media cuttings and links to clients, managing the photo library and producing client reports.

Her business administration apprenticeship is run in conjunction with Coleg Cambria and involves completing coursework linked to her role at Outwrite.

Prior to joining Outwrite Lisa was an administrator for the family business, Forestry and Wildlife Training Services, for four years. She combined this part-time role with customer service-focused positions at Crown House Café and Ruthin Castle.

Lisa is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and is currently studying towards the CIM introductory certificate to marketing.

Away from the work place, Lisa enjoys horse riding, cooking and travelling. She counts Cape Town as her favourite place visited to date.

Our successes

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Read about our social media training for LBW Accountants.

 

“Beresford Adams Commercial drafted in Outwrite to publicise our merger with North Wales property specialists Gareth Williams Commercial. We were very pleased with the approach taken and the results obtained.”

Tom Creer

Director, Beresford Adams Commercial

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