Zara Doughty joins Corps Security

Posted On 19 Oct 2013
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Corps Security has announced the latest appointment to its team, with Zara Doughty joining as its business development director. Zara has successfully worked in the security industry since 2005 and brings vast experience to the role. With extensive knowledge of the London area and its particular security needs, she will promote the advantages of using Corps Security’s services to companies and organisations in the area. Commenting on her new position, Zara said:” Having previously worked for companies that have decided to offer total facilities management, I strongly believe that security is quite unlike any other service that a facilities manager has to procure and there is significant peace of mind to be had from knowing that a trained and qualified professional is on hand to deal with a situation.” Zara and her team will promote Corps Security’s manned guarding, remote monitoring and other security related services, but she will also give specific attention to enhancing demand for the company’s concierge based offering. ” Concierge and Front-of-House based operatives are the most visible presence in any business and it is vital that personnel employed adhere to a company’s image and branding, whilst achieving the perfect balance of being personable while keeping the premises secure,” says Zara. Corps Security’s chief executive, Peter Webster, concluded:” It gives me enormous pleasure to welcome Zara to the company. Not only does she have excellent credentials, she is bursting with ideas about how we can take the business to the next level. I’m therefore confident that her drive, enthusiasm and ambition will help Corps Security achieve all of its strategic objectives both now and in the future.”

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