Chillisauce forecasts £19m turnover for 2016

Agency Chillisauce is forecasting a turnover of £19m for 2016, driven by an increase in overseas events.

James Baddiley, CEO at Chillisauce
James Baddiley, CEO at Chillisauce

Representing its 15th year of consecutive growth, the company has witnessed major expansion in the last 12 months with several new senior appointments and internal promotions.

James Baddiley, CEO at Chillisauce, said the organisation’s teambuilding events have gone from strength to strength, with several market innovations set to launch for B2B clients this year.

"The investments we have made in appointing external and internal personnel in key positions over the last 18 months are continuing to provide the foundation for us to continue to grow the business in 2016 and beyond. We are really focussing in on our customer’s needs in today’s market and have involved the development of IT systems and infrastructure to ensure the customer journey is as easy and simple as possible. Combined with a renewed marketing and product development strategy, we are excited about the future."

More:

Chillisauce announces eight new senior hires amid recruitment boost 

Chillisauce to recruit 25 new staff in biggest ever expansion 

Chillisauce sees 25% growth in corporate bookings

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