New project manager for Chillisauce

Agency's corporate events team also gains two new members of staff from the B2C side of the business.

Molly Sage
Molly Sage

Chillisauce has hired Molly Sage as project manager. 

Jeremy Peacock has also become a senior account manager while Jasmine Williamson-Persh has joined him in moving across to the corporate side of the business, as a project manager.

Head of corporate events Charlotte Franks said: "I’ve hired three charismatic individuals with a passion for organising events, attention to detail and creativity.

"We are continuing to grow at a rapid pace and I’m looking to bring in new talent to join our events team in the next few weeks."

Project manager Molly Sage said "I’m learning tons every day here. I was attracted to the role as I loved the idea of working with clients, suppliers and lots of venues. It seemed like a busy position with a lot of room for meeting new people, and the idea of juggling different events really appealed."

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