London, 6 August 2009: Charlie Faulkner has joined London based leading email service provider Database Group Interactive (DbGi) as New Business Sales Manager, following three years as Senior Sales Consultant at CommuniGator.

Charlie is tasked with continuing to grow DbGi’s key accounts, which include L’Oreal, Dyson, RSPB, Fish4, Travelbag and Experian.

Charlie Faulkner, New Business Sales Manager for DbGi, says: “I am delighted to have joined DbGi to help expand its burgeoning client base using my experience and skill set in this industry. In my last role at CommuniGator, I successfully acquired and managed a number of large retail clients, including Vodafone Holland, Carphone Warehouse Holland and Serenity Holidays.

“The prospect of promoting a multi-layered marketing solution which incorporates best practice elements from within the digital, data and CRM spheres, both in technology and consultancy, is hugely exciting and one which our current and new clients will continue to benefit from.”

Guy Hason, Business Development Director for DbGi, adds: “Our recognition of being a market leader in technology and marketing strategy for e-marketing is something we wish to consolidate and grow. We are delighted to welcome Charlie on our team and look forward to working together to bring in new business.”

Charlie is a keen sportsman and enjoys playing and watching Rugby, as well as travelling and the arts.


For more press information contact:
DbGi – Gavriel Shaw
Telephone: 020 7811 0171

About Database Group Interactive

Now delivering over 60 million emails each month, London-based Database Group Interactive (DbGi) was one of the first email service providers to be established in the UK and has been a leading email broadcaster for over ten years. Clients cover travel, retail and charity sectors, including L’Oreal, Dyson, RSPB, Fish4, Travelbag and Experian. DbGi provides a full service digital offering, including: email transmission; integrated database solutions; and across the board campaign management services.

Published on: 12:37PM on 6th August 2009