Stafford-based public relations and digital marketing company Changeworks Communications is celebrating a prestigious contract win with an independent software development company.
In its tenth anniversary year, Changeworks has been appointed to provide media relations, direct marketing and social media support to DBLogic (DBL).
DBL specialises in custom software solutions that deliver efficiency savings and help its customers derive a competitive edge to support their business ambitions. Founded in 1995, the Rugeley-based firm operates across a number of business sectors, including finance, manufacturing, engineering, telecommunications, distribution and marketing.
Sue Tupling, Managing Director at Changeworks Communications, says: “We’re thrilled to have secured DBL as a client and look forward to helping the company build on its reputation as an innovative solutions provider.
“Through a programme of targeted PR and strategic digital communications our role is to help DBL cement existing relationships and develop new business opportunities, both regionally and nationally.”
DBL Director Dave Barrett says: “We’re looking to capitalise on our technical expertise and unique approach to solving customer requirements to grow our business in key areas and, in choosing Changeworks as our new PR and marketing partner, I am confident we can achieve our aims.”
Changeworks offers a wide range of marketing communications services, including media relations, social media, email marketing, photography and video. The company works with a number of Midlands businesses with a national focus, including Hoppecke Industrial Batteries, Stafford and Rural Homes, Howards Accountants and FC Laser.
Caption: Changeworks Communications will help DBL build on its reputation as an innovative software solutions provider. Pictured Sue Tupling, Managing Director at Changeworks with the DBL team (left-right) are: Simon Sibley, Stephen Waugh, Jamie Langston, Brian Roberts, Dave Barrett, Sara Barrett, Philip Farrar, Claire Douglas and Phil Hoult.