Archive for September, 2015


In our second staff blog we introduce Jessica Cullen.

Jess heads our marketing team and despite the majority of our work coming through word of mouth referral the marketing side of our business has grown as we aim to keep up with the changing digital world.

Name: Jessica Cullen

Position: Marketing Manager

Time with Bell & Company: 2 years

What does your day to day role entail?:

My role is to oversee the marketing activities for Bell & Company.  The marketing Department is responsible for developing and implementing Marketing and Business development strategies and exploring ways of improving existing products and services within the businesses. Also responsible for developing and establishing new and existing Client and Introducer relationships.

The marketing department is an integral division and is responsible for generating business and expanding promoting services through a range of methods

What do you enjoy most about your position? I enjoy the wide and varying range of products and services that we as a company offer and the ever changing fast paced nature of what we do. To see the company growth over the last few years has been amazing and gives great job satisfaction.  The relationships that have been built with clients, introducers and staff are by far what makes my job as enjoyable as it is.

What are main issues you are seeing for clients in your position?:

Spare time activities:  I enjoy getting home to Fermanagh for the weekend and spending time with the family. Love nothing more than chilling out with a glass of red and watching a good film!

Contact Details:

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I’m sure many of you are now aware we have moved premises to 11 Rosemary Street, Belfast. Our new office is working well and we are happy to have made the move to bigger premises.

Our blogs to date have revolved around our works and subsequent subject matter. We will continue this and we trust you are finding them an interesting read. However, to mix things up over the coming weeks and months we will be introducing the team who make Bell & Company tick on a daily basis.

We start with Karen Isaac. I am sure many of you have liaised with Karen as she is often our first port of call for new clients. Below Karen introduces herself, outlines her role and offers some personal information about what she gets up to in her spare time.

Name: Karen Isaac        

Position: Business Relationship Manager

Time with Bell & Company: 1 years 6 months

What does your day to day role entail?:

The Business Relationship Department is an integral part of Bell and Company – it helps to build confidence with each and every prospective client and introducer. We must be fully knowledgeable on all areas of the business, without this we fail on gaining the confidence of the prospective clients thus fail in prospering the business as a whole.

What do you enjoy most about your position?: I enjoy seeing the difference we make in our client’s family life, health and stress. We take away all the undue burden and stress so that they can concentrate on their families.

What are main issues you are seeing for clients in your position?: Clients main concern is their family home. We always give proper advice relating to their home and attempt to put clients concerns at ease whilst being honest and realistic.

Spare time activities: I love to exercise, running especially. I am taking part in the Belfast Half Marathon on 20 September 2015 (21km run), this is for Marie Curie.


Please donate via . Bell & Company have promised to double what I raise so please contribute to a fantastic cause!

Contact Details:


[email protected]

Karen is our client liaison manager so if you have any debt related problems you wish to discuss during a free initial consultation please call her on 02895 217373.



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