New general manager for Chill Out

Neill Hendry joins Chill Out Event Management after senior roles on hotel and agency side of meetings industry.

Neill Hendry
Neill Hendry

Events agency Chill Out has taken on Neill Hendry as its new general manager, following his work in senior management roles on both the agency and hotel side of the meetings industry.

Hendry’s experience includes more than 19 years in sales, planning and operational functions. He will manage the day-to-day agency operations, working alongside the company’s directors.

Owner and director Samantha Stirrup said: "Having Neill join the team brings additional experience, drive and customer focus that will help the company accelerate its plans to be an industry leader in continuing to produce outstanding corporate events." 

Chill Out is Berkshire-based, full-service events agency that started more than 14 years ago, planning IT and web marketing corporate events.

The company has just reported a record year of sales and profit, hitting £4.8m turnover.

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