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Leading IT support specialist teams up with Shooting Star

Leading IT Support Specialist Teams Up With Shooting Star
Specialist IT support and networking specialist Datcom has teamed up with Shooting Star to deliver the company’s PR. Pictured from left to right: Andy Maddison and Hannah Birdsall from Datcom and Mike Shields, PR Account Manager at Shooting Star.

Specialist IT support and networking specialist Datcom has teamed up with Shooting Star to deliver the company’s PR.

The Grantham and Lincoln-based firm has been around since 2011 and offers IT services including support, setup, server maintenance and telecommunication advice and services.

Having been initially set up as DTCS by the East Midlands’ chartered accountants Duncan & Toplis back in 2004, the firm now looks after some of the biggest businesses in Lincolnshire and beyond.

Mike Shields, PR Account Manager at Shooting Star, said:

We’re really excited to have Datcom as a new client. Having known the company for years and seeing them grow to their current size has been great and to be able to raise their profile with a comprehensive PR strategy is a challenge we relish.

We work with a diverse range of clients across the country so it’s great to build on that by signing up a client in the IT and telecommunications industry.

Marketing Executive at Datcom Hannah Birdsall said:

I’m looking forward to working with Mike and the team at Shooting Star to deliver a combined marketing and PR approach that should see Datcom rightly seen as one of the county’s leaders in IT.

Shooting Star is a PR, marketing and digital agency based in Lincoln and Bristol which was founded by directors Kate Strawson and Jez Ashberry in 2006.

Current clients include glass manufacturer Beatson Clark, fresh chilled food producer Freshtime, London-based nursery chain Fennies, Bishop Grosseteste University, British F1 Sidecar Champions Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood, accountants Duncan & Toplis and the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership.

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