We like to think of Spectrecom as not just a video production company but also an extended family. Soppy but true. We’ve very recently welcomed a new addition to that family, in the shape of our first Account Manager for charities, Dulcie Norris.
Charity is already a key sector for Spectrecom, aligning closely with our internal CSR principles.
Some of the work we’re most proud of has been produced on behalf of charity clients; Tusk, Macmillan and the National Trust to name just three examples.
What we’ve lacked till now, however, is someone solely dedicated to managing our relationships with our charity clients, ensuring they receive the very best service and see the maximum possible returns on their investment.
Well, that’s precisely what Dulcie has joined us in order to do. And what’s more, she comes to her role with terrific experience and insight, courtesy of an extensive third sector background.
She has generated high-profile corporate charity partnerships and campaigns for numerous organisations, including Royal Mail, the Post Office, Fujitsu, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Children in Need and Shelter.
Dulcie’s passion for CSR is personal as well as professional; she spends one Sunday a month supporting Contact the Elderly with their local tea parties.
Here’s what Dulcie had to say about coming on-board: “Spectrecom has a fantastic portfolio of charity partners and I’m excited to be a part of this growing team, really helping our clients to make the most of their campaigns and reach their all-important target audience.”
“Working with these worthwhile causes and playing a part in growing their donor base is a great privilege.”
About the author
Client Services Director
Christiaan is our client services director, who has been in the industry for over 10 years, starting out as a filmmaker. He’s been at Spectrecom since day one so his company and business knowledge is unmatched.