Zarywacz – the PR consultancy and written communication experts – have broadened their business horizons with the opening of their North Devon office.
Managing partner Robert Zarywacz’s recent move to Ilfracombe now enables Zarywacz to offer their PR and copywriting expertise to businesses in the North Devon and the South West region of the UK.
“Ilfracombe is a lovely part of the country,” comments Robert, “For creative activities such as writing, it helps to work in a pleasant environment. And in the modern world of telephone, internet and email the geographical location of your business is becoming less important.”
Wokingham-based partner Simon Zarywacz will continue to service new and existing clients in the Thames Valley.
“Everybody needs to market and promote their products and services – no matter where they are based. So now we’re looking forward to developing new business relationships in the South West,” adds Simon.
Now enjoying their tenth year of trading Zarywacz’s other business activities will continue as normal.
For the second year running z2z partner, Robert Zarywacz has represented The Business Magazine on the panel of judges in the South East regional finals of the UK Online for Business/InterForum E-Commerce Awards 2001.
“As a regular contributor to The Business Magazine on the Internet and e-commerce, I am delighted to have participated in the prestigious E-Commerce Awards again,” Robert commented.
Robert has had hundreds of articles published on technology and business topics and has also written features for Internet.Works magazine.
Along with partner and brother, Simon, their Zarywacz PR and communications consultancy reflects a detailed knowledge of the Internet as a business tool and an interest in combining traditional communications skills with the innovation enabled by new media.
Zarywacz managing partner, Robert Zarywacz, has joined the panel of judges for the South East regional finals of the Government’s Information Society Initiative/InterForum E-Commerce Awards 2000.
Representing The Business Magazine – for which he writes on e-commerce, the Internet and technology – Robert participated in the judging and attended the presentation of the South East awards in London on 22 May 2000.
“Writing so frequently on developments in technology and how companies are exploiting them to improve their business has strengthened my specialist knowledge considerably and this has been recognised by the invitation to judge the awards,” Robert commented.
Robert has had hundreds of articles published and contributes regularly to The Business Magazine, which has a readership of 100,000 in the Thames Valley and South Central areas of the UK.
For further details of the South East E-Commerce Award winners, see The Business Magazine web site at www.businessmag.co.uk