Chillisauce hires three staff following 65% increase in bookings

Chillisauce has hired three account managers to its corporate events division, following a 65% increase in event bookings year on year.

Chillisauce Corporate Division hires three staff following 65% increase
Chillisauce Corporate Division hires three staff following 65% increase
Rachael Farrington, Kathie Atkins and Torie White have joined the team. Farrington has more than five years' experience in the travel and events industry starting in project management roles, which saw her organising a European Supercar Rally and overseas events in Kefalonia and Cyprus as a holiday advisor. Most recently she worked in-house for a city law firm, followed by agency DBMT.  

Atkins previously worked as an account manager for corporate events at Novus Leisure before she moved on to oversee sales and marketing for events at the Westbury Hotel, Mayfair.

White worked at Adventure Events before starting at Chillisauce 12 months ago. White has worked on the hen and stag event management side of the business and has now been promoted.

Head of corporate events at Chillisauce Steve Perkins said: "It’s an exciting time for our business to bring on new talent in both our account and project management teams. Team building and corporate events are over 65% up on this time last year for Chillisauce. Rachael, Torie and Kathie bring a huge amount of knowledge and experience to the table as we continue to grow in 2013."

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