Outwrite PR, based in Mold, Flintshire, has welcomed David Humphreys and Alice Lee to the firm.
David, 27, joins the company as senior account executive, while Alice, 23, takes up the role of junior account executive.
David joins Outwrite having spent six years working in North Wales as a journalist and communications officer at the Leader newspaper and the National Assembly for Wales respectively.
He said: “I’m really excited to have joined Outwrite and using the skills I have developed as a journalist and communications officer in this new role.
“Outwrite is a company with an excellent track record and I hope I can contribute to further success.”
A History and English graduate, Alice, from Mold, spent six months teaching English in Vietnam before spending time as a legal assistant at a solicitors in Liverpool.
She said: “Outwrite is a successful local company and I’m excited to become part of the team.
“I’ve always had an interest in PR and feel like I can develop my skills here while helping the business to thrive.”
Anthony Bullick, Outwrite managing director, said: “I’m really pleased to welcome David and Alice to the team.
“Their skills, positive attitude, and willingness to learn are ideal fits for Outwrite as we continue to lead the way with innovative and creative communications work that makes a huge difference for our clients.
“We have been appointed by new brands as well as asked by current clients to carry out additional work. It’s fantastic to see businesses embrace modern-day PR and communications to help them achieve their objectives.”
Founded in 1994, Outwrite, which has been shortlisted for seven industry awards in 2019, specialises in integrated PR and SEO (search engine optimisation), crisis PR, and social media training.
Its clients include Active Cheshire, allergen and nutritional database Erudus, Cheshire law firm Watsons Solicitors, and Ruthin-based Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK.
" Outwrite is a successful local company and I'm excited to become part of the team."
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