DMPR launches to offer integrated marketing

DMPR launches to offer integrated marketing

Managing director Tracy North met the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne as she launched her new venture, DMPR. The DMPR brand has been formed to offer an integrated online marketing and PR service that will run alongside Tracy’s established business, Outwrite. Tracy was invited to Number 11 Downing Street as part of a delegation of 12 SME owners from across the UK. The Chancellor had requested a meeting with established SME owners to discuss the challenges facing British businesses today. Tracy said: “I appreciated the opportunity to speak directly with the decision maker for financial policy in Britain, and it was the perfect occasion to announce the launch of DMPR.” Tracy and the Chancellor discussed the new venture at the meeting. The formation of DMPR – which stands for Digital Marketing and Public Relations – sees Outwrite join forces with digital marketing agency, Sigma Web. Both Outwrite PR and Sigma Web have more than 20 years’ experience of building and protecting reputations. The firms’ personnel have already been working together on projects for eight years. Outwrite and Sigma Web will both continue to operate independently in their areas of specialism, with the DMPR partnership launched to offer a fully integrated service under the same roof.  Both firms operate from Belgravia House, Mold. The DMPR team comprises nine specialist employees. The private meeting with the Chancellor was arranged by the British Chambers of Commerce. Tracy was invited as a long-standing member of the West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce. Its executive director Colin Brew said: “We nominated Tracy as an example of a managing director who is thinking innovatively...
Tracy takes part in Question Time-style event

Tracy takes part in Question Time-style event

DMPR’s managing director Tracy North took part in a Question Time-style panel event hosted by the Institute of Directors and Chartered Institute of Marketing and chaired by ITV’s business correspondent Carole Green. The event, at Glyndwr University, Wrexham, saw Tracy join a panel of experts for a Q&A session offering insight and advice to businesses on how to outgrow their competitors. Tracy took the opportunity to officially announce the launch of DMPR on July 3. Tracy said: “We’re increasingly finding that business owners understand the need to integrate communication services, and I enjoyed sharing the insight we’ve gathered on changes to our industry over the last few years.” Also taking part were HR expert and IoD North Wales chair Helen Watson, Jeremy Salisbury of Salisbury’s accountants, Director of Sunlite LED Peter Denton, and business strategist Jeremy...