The team at North East marketing and public relations agency DTW is expanding with the addition of three new members of staff to kick off 2020.

Anthony Doyle, Rebecca Dew and Richard Johnston have all joined the team at the Tees Valley-based agency.

The expansion comes on the back of a series of successes in securing new clients and growing existing projects across the UK and further afield.

DTW is currently working for organisations like the Law Society of England and Wales, the Financial Conduct Authority and multi-national tolling and mobility solutions provider emovis. The company also works with a number of local organisations, including Road Safety GB North East, Middlesbrough & Stockton Mind and Middlesbrough Council.

Anthony joins as a Senior Strategist, specialising in digital marketing, data analysis, SEO and website development. A Teesside native who has worked around the world, Anthony brings a combination of strategic, technical and development expertise to the DTW team, and will be leading on the development of the company’s growing digital offering to clients.

He has 20 years’ experience of working in marketing, having led enterprise marketing teams for major multi-national organisations, such as Frog Education and QS Unisolution in the software and education sectors.

Rebecca joins as a Public Relations and Digital Engagement Specialist, and will be providing media relations, copywriting and social media content services to clients. She has a National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) diploma in Multimedia Journalism and a BA (Hons) in English Language and Linguistics from York St John University.

Richard joins as the lead creative in DTW’s growing film and digital content team, having previously worked at the prestigious Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity in Canada. He is responsible for all aspects of filming – from storyboarding and planning, to working behind the camera and editing. He graduated in 2016 with a BA (Hons) First Class in Film and Television Production from Teesside University.

Chris Taylor, Managing Director of DTW, said: “Our vision is very simple – it is about creating meaningful campaigns that are world-class, make a difference and help our clients succeed. I’m delighted to welcome Anthony, Rebecca and Richard because they will really strengthen our hugely talented team and are already making a difference to the work we are delivering for our clients.”

He added: “We’ve started 2020 with a bang – and it’s important to us to invest in quality staff to ensure that we can continue to meet the growing demand from different sectors of the economy.”

DTW, which is ranked by PR Week as one of the top ten public sector specialist PR agencies in the UK, now employs 15 people at its base in Guisborough, providing expert marketing and public relations consultancy alongside film, social media, animation and design.