Chillisauce to recruit 25 new staff in biggest ever expansion

Events agency Chillisauce is planning its biggest expansion to date and will recruit 25 new staff members before the New Year.

Chillisauce is planning its biggest expansion to date
Chillisauce is planning its biggest expansion to date

Chillisauce, which last year doubled its office space and relocated to London Bridge, will be looking to recruit for senior roles, junior roles and apprenticeships. It is expanding as a result of its success in the past few years, with 2015 being the fourteenth year of consecutive growth for the agency.

"The success we have experienced since relocating has been substantial in our decision to undertake such a large-scale expansion," said Raj Patel, head of sales.

"We want to draw more talent into the events industry and show what a creative, vibrant and exciting industry it can be. Chillisauce strives hard as a company to develop the sense of community and fun that is so fundamental to our culture. We offer opportunities to travel, progress and socialise inside and outside of work, with regular parties, activity days and incentives. Employment levels are still an important factor in the success of our current economy and we want to offer long-term, stable careers."

Chillisauce has recently worked with brands including Fossil UK, and was recognised in C&IT's top 20 UK agencies list.

More:

Chillisauce adds seven new faces to corporate events team

Chillisauce sees 25% increase in corporate bookings

A List 2015: Lauren Troughton, Chillisauce

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