Hague to part company with Mango London

Mango Event Management head of sales Jane Hague is leaving after a year in charge of its London division.

Hague to part company with Mango London
Hague to part company with Mango London

Hague, who was corporate sales manager at Excel London before being recruited by Mango in late 2008, will hand over at the end of this month to her replacement, Oliver Martinez, a Spanish DMC specialist who has been freelancing in the UK for companies including TUI, which recently acquired Mango's parent company Sportsworld.

Hague said: "My role has been establishing Mango London and making people aware of what we do. Oliver is coming in to start phase two of the project and I know he will add a new dimension to it."

She added that she decided to leave after being offered the job of client development director at PR company Davies Tanner. "I'm an ambitious person and I've been looking how to fast-track my career. Since a lot of my previous work has focused on building brands through PR and marketing, this is a natural progression."

Due to start in November, Hague said she was looking forward to renewing acquaintances with former colleagues at Excel London, one of Davies Tanner's key clients.

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