Recenseo is excited to announce the appointment of Non-Executive Director Andrew Dunlop who has come on board to help grow the firm.
With a history going back to 2007, Recenseo provides the full range of marketing support services from strategic planning through to execution of marketing activity for a number of business to business and business to consumer clients.
Recenseo aims to double its turnover within the next 18-24 months and has asked Andrew Dunlop, previously of Spofforths, to share his 40 years’ plus experience as Non-Executive Financial Director. Bringing a full understanding of the media and marketing industries with him, plus the focus on financial sustainability, Andrew is expected to help direct the agency’s growth over the next five years. The company directors are Ben Cooper, Managing Director; Louise Hopkins, Marketing Operations Director and Emma Cooper, Client Services Director.
Managing Director, Ben Cooper, explains: “With strategy at our core, I suppose it comes as little surprise that we have some ambitious growth plans. Having known of Andrew for a number of years, it struck us that he has the background we need to challenge us and help keep our growth on track. We are delighted that Andrew can see our potential and is keen to be on board.”
Andrew has spent most of his career at Spofforths, the West Sussex firm of chartered accountants, retiring as a partner last year before continuing as a consultant. During his career, Andrew spent ten years in commerce as a Finance Director, mostly in service industries. Andrew is therefore well positioned to help Recenseo meet their objectives and comments: “Having known of Recenseo on the local networking scene, I was delighted when they approached me about being a NED. Knowing the level of their local profile and the integrity with which they work, I believe they have the potential to become the go-to marketing agency in the south and I very much look forward to helping them get there!”
Recenseo is looking forward to working with Andrew and developing the business with him over the next five years.