Chillisauce sees 25% increase in corporate bookings

Chillisauce has promoted Raj Patel to head of sales following a 25% increase in corporate bookings over the last 12 months.

Chillisauce head of sales Raj Patel
Chillisauce head of sales Raj Patel

Patel will oversee Chillisauce’s plans to grow its B2B business by a further 20% within the next year whilst looking to expand the agency’s corporate events team.

The London-based agency, which relocated to new offices in London Bridge last year ahead of a major recruitment drive and increase in revenue, revealed that it is looking to make ten new appointments to its corporate team in account management and project management roles.

Kevin Dazely, managing director, Chillisauce, said: "Raj’s promotion reflects our commitment to bringing focused leadership to the forefront and our continuing investment right across the business, as we drive growth in the exciting event sectors that we operate in."

In March, Chillisauce appointed former Awesome Events event manager to take up the role of corporate events project manager to be responsible for managing a range of projects for clients, including Google, Pepsi and Deloitte.

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