Meet the team
As Commercial Manager, Sarah supports the overall growth strategy of the company, ensuring network retention and satisfaction, as well as building long-term business relationships. Sarah’s role involves lead generation, nurturing links and business opportunities with potential clients, associations and referrers.
Having worked for BCR Associates for 6 years, Sarah has a solid understanding of our products, supply chain and services and how they can support businesses in the sectors and industries we work in. Working closely with partners and our wider business network, Sarah is able to identify ways of adding value through BCR Associates’ services.
With an extensive marketing background, both here at BCR Associates and previously at Exeter Golf and Country Club, where she was responsible for membership, events and PR, she is perfectly placed to identify synergies with like-minded businesses.
During Sarah’s spare time she enjoys socialising with friends and family, meeting new people and discovering new places. Sarah has a passion for music, in particular playing the piano and enjoys watching and playing tennis.
For more information about Sarah please refer to her LinkedIn profile.
Blog entries by Sarah View all
We had a great time with members at the ENSE conference on 13th and 14th September. Thank you to Bob Adams, Robyn and the ENSE team for their hard work putting the conference together.
Speaking with members at our trade stand and over dinner, we were delighted to find BCR Associates are now well established within the membership base as the go to consultancy for managing business spend. Alongside our core services of energy, telecommunications and...
Post event insights from the Care Roadshow
On Tuesday 17th November, we attended the Care Road Show at Epsom Down Racecourse and enjoyed speaking with Care homes, tech companies and consultancy services, all striving to maintain and improve the service levels offered to care clients.
Image right: Sarah Revell, Business Development Manager getting up close and personnel with a perhaps unlikely visitor to the roadshow!
See below a brief summary of our ‘post-show thoughts’:
Holistic approach to spend
Often procurement is splintered between different members of...
Hotelier procurement issues
Hoteliers from across the UK came together on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th March at the Hotels Forum UK, The Grange Tower Bridge, creating a great event. We heard industry knowledge, best practice and experience around better purchasing and met valuable new additions to our business network.
The blurred lines between staff usage and guest usage of
business owned property
HR issues and costs around staff using guest facilities and business owned products can by...