Dixcart Culture

Dixcart's Company Culture is unique and shapes our identity and corporate personality.

Dixcart Company Culture: Independent & Family Owned

Dixcart’s Company Culture is unique and shapes our identity and corporate personality. It is what makes us different and generally what attracts our clients to us and ensures that they return with new projects requiring additional solutions from us.

  • We are independent – privately owned and not tied to any other Group. This means that we can provide clients with impartial advice and the best solutions to meet their specific needs.
  • We employ independent thinkers.
  • We are proud to be a family owned business, and this is reflected in our values, both towards our clients and towards each other.
  • Even though we have a number of offices in different countries – we meet regularly and there are many deep friendships that run, not only within, but also across the Dixcart offices.

Dixcart Culture – Making Things Happen

It is vital to work closely together to achieve client goals.

Client objectives are often complex and varied. We listen, coordinate the correct professional team for the specific objectives or task, and provide a bespoke response.

Our value added for clients is enhanced by our professional teams working together, often across different offices, all of whom know each other and understand the particular strengths and abilities of their professional colleagues.

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Dixcart Culture – Passion and Fun

We enjoy delivering services and solutions to meet the highest professional standards and are passionate about this. Enthusiasm and energy are key, as is having fun doing what we are good at.   

We not only work hard we also enjoy socialising with work colleagues. Whether it be regular team and office catch up meetings, lunching together once a week or raising money for a variety of different challenges.

During 2020 Dixcart took part in an inter-office Global Challenge, organised by the Virgin Active Group, focused on health and well-being. There were teams from each of the offices – and it improved still further teamwork and coordination between the offices, and at the same time helped increase fitness levels and was fun.