OrangeDoor welcomes two new hires

Bromley-based agency brings in account manager and senior account executive to support new business wins.

Davina Chater (L) and Caitlyn Purnell (R)
Davina Chater (L) and Caitlyn Purnell (R)

OrangeDoor has grown its event team with two hires to support new business wins. 

Caitlyn Purnell joins the team as an account manager. Coming from CI events in Australia, where she worked on everything from expos, to conferences, to gala dinners, Purnell will support the team with upcoming events. 

Davina Chater joins in a senior account executive role bringing a wealth of corporate events experience to the team, specifically on large events for the pharmaceutical industry. She previously worked at Banks Sadler for five years in a number of roles.

"We’re thrilled to have both of these incredible people join our team," said director of events and client services, Joe O’Connell.

"OrangeDoor is always growing, and after a raft of new events coming through the door, it was essential to ensure our talent acquisition programme was keeping pace. 

"Burst capacity can be a real issue in the industry, but we think having a larger, more consistent team is a better option for ensuring clients get the best possible service and experience."

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