Mango recruits Excel London sales manager

Mango Event Management has recruited former Excel London corporate sales manager Jane Hague to develop its in-bound capabilities

Jane Hague
Jane Hague

Mango Event Management has recruited former Excel London corporate sales manager Jane Hague to head its Mango London division.

Hague’s remit is to target the European and US markets and develop relationships with organisations including Visit London and Eventia for the in-bound business arm of Mango Event Management.

Hague worked for Excel London for seven years, heading the conference and events division’s corporate sales team.

"There are challenging times ahead but I feel confident we have a superb product, enormous potential and an experienced team, and with my various networks and MPI connections, I look forward to developing this part of the business," said Hague.

Mango Event Management managing director Lindsay Whitmore said: "With the Olympics taking place in less than four years, this couldn’t be a better time to expand and develop our in-bound capabilities."

The agency was acquired by Sportsworld this year and Coca-Cola, UBS, Burger King and HSBC are among its clients.

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