Rebecca Sturgess – Search Operations Director


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About Me

Having started out in this industry with about as much marketing knowledge as a gnat, I have worked my way up from tea-making trainee to Head of Search thanks largely to the staunch support of our director, Stuart, and a lot of late nights, strategy sessions and training. At work I am extroverted, creative and always on the Internet, but behind closed doors I’m happiest with my family, my dogs and a good book (usually accompanied with a good cup of tea!).

  • I could read before I could walk, and usually have at least 3 books on the go – 1 “real” book, 1 e-book, and 1 serious business-type book usually lent to me by Stuart!
  • I have 2 Labradors and can usually be found shouting their names in the park whilst they joyously disappear over the horizon in pursuit of anything more interesting than I am!
  • I dislike potholes, shepherd’s pie, icy mornings and running low on fuel.
  • My rules of life to live by are varied, but my motto is “Your life will not be judged by its length, but by your strength”.

Team Questions and Answers

Nickname: Bec, Bex, Becky, Duracell Bunny etc etc…

Bucket list places to visit: New York

What are you scared of: Incurring Voldemort’s wrath…

If you found a magic lamp, which three things would you wish for? Happiness, an unlimited supply of (interesting) books to read, shares in Ribena (I know for a fact with the amount I drink, I could make them rise)

Who would play you in a film adaptation of your life? Calista Flockhart – maybe I identify with Ally McBeal’s scattiness too much…

What are the last three songs you listened too?  Gwen Stefani – What You Waiting For?, Savage Garden – The Best Thing, Honeyz – Finally Found

What came first and why? The chicken or the egg? Uh….*goes round in circles, literally*. The egg. No, wait, the chicken. No…that doesn’t make sense. The egg. Uh…

Pick one – sweet or salted: Salted, everytime

If you were to watch one film on repeat forever, what would it be and why? Titanic (3D edition) – got to love a bit of drama, coupled with an iceberg and a young Leonardo!

Explain how the internet works: Point. Click. Read. Repeat

If you were a piece of stationary from your desk what would you be and why?  My animal ruler (from Sywell Country Park, purchased on a random lunchtime visit with Cat). Why – well, why not!