Wildgoose expands team with four hires

New appointments in sales, operations and central services for team-building and engagement specialists.

Wildgoose has made four new appointments to the sales, operations and central services teams. 

The new appointments are Grace Kennedy, Carmen Chan, Leigh Duncombe and Alex Bond.

Kennedy joins as a financial controller, Chan as an account executive, Duncombe as an events executive and Bond also joins as events executive, having previously worked with Wildgoose as a summer intern while at university.

"The addition of our new team members means we can continue to invest in the development of indoor engagement solutions, and accommodate challenging events across a range of industries," said Jonny Edser, founder and managing director of Wildgoose.

"All our new recruits share our vision for the future of employee engagement and we’re very excited for things to come."

The decision to expand the team comes after a year of 45% profit growth for Wildgoose, with gross profit figures up from £981,000 in 2017 to £1.43m 2018.

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