Sarah Smithurst MBE will be joining Tecserv UK. The fire and security alarm systems company have announced that they have recruited Sarah in order to strengthen the relationships the company has with its customers. Sarah is expected to bring her extensive knowledge and experience of BBC news reading, Police and charity fund raising to the company in order to improve Tecserv’s business relationships.
Tecserv UK was first founded in 2001 and offers specialist advice for fire prevention as well as building security. The company focuses on offering an excellent level of customer service and high quality products with in this industry. It is thought that Sarah Smithurst MBE will be able to help the company make their services better as well as making sure that Tecserv is in a position to become the specified contractor when a commercial project is in need of fire, intruder CCTV and access control solutions.
Sarah Smithurst has a varied work background including delivering the Most Wanted section of the BBC and ITV TV, working for Nottinghamshire Police and have experience of a Sales and BD role at The Games Workshop. Sarah’s advanced negotiation skills will serve her well in this new position for the fire and security alarms company and will be bolstered by her experience of working with a range of people from a mixture of diverse backgrounds in order to figure out how to best meet the requirements of the client and what Tecserv can offer.
Sarah was awarded her MBE in 2012 as part of the New Year’s honours as part of her work with the Nottingham Police and Ghana Police and her part in the detection and reduction of crime. Sarah was the force’s co-ordinator for the Crimestoppers initiative which offers a hotline service which allows crime to be reported anonymously.