Chillisauce relocates to London Bridge

Chillisauce has relocated to new offices in London Bridge following a major recruitment drive and an increase in revenues from £8m to £17m in the last three years.

Chillisauce doubles office space following relocation
Chillisauce doubles office space following relocation

The relocation from its Soho headquarters has now doubled Chillisauce’s office space and will house more than 100 staff.

The agency has stated that it plans to recruit further, having made 20 new appointments to its marketing and sales divisions in the last month.

Kevin Dazely, managing director, Chillisauce, said: "We outgrew our previous offices in every aspect. We needed to expand for both space and people. This move shows commitment to both our future and our employees."

CEO of Chillisauce James Baddiley added: "The decision to move wasn’t taken lightly; the offices in Soho hold a lot of history and memories for myself and everyone in the company.

"However, with the continuing growth we have been experiencing we needed to embrace the next chapter and it felt like the right time for a change of scenery."

Chillisauce was based in Soho for more than 12 years.

In February, Chillisauce launched a new team building package inspired by US TV show House of Cards.

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