Chillisauce expands team with five new hires

Events agency Chillisauce has strengthened its corporate events and marketing teams with five new appointments.

Chillisauce adds five new members to its growing team
Chillisauce adds five new members to its growing team

The London-based company has hired three new account managers including Carlee Walker, Luke Graydon and Alexandra Storch.


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Meanwhile Chris Moriarty has joined Chillisauce as marketing manager, moving from the digital team at The Co-Operative Bank. He is replacing Michael Chidzey in the role, who has been promoted to marketing director at the agency. Charlie Howes has also been appointed as the team’s new marketing executive.

James Diment, head of corporate events, said: "Contrast and variety have always been key driving factors to our success here at Chillisauce and we’re excited to have the new hires on board."

While Walker and Graydon have previous experience in the industry, Storch has joined after graduating with an MA in Events Management from London Metropolitan University.

"We started our partnership with London Metropolitan University, so as a business, we could support future industry talent and share our knowledge and expertise with students to maximise their employability upon graduation," added Diment. 

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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