2015 marks Chillisauce’s fourteenth year of consecutive growth, successfully sending over one million people on both B2C and B2B events around the world. The company has seen its total revenue jump from £8 million to over £17 million within the past four years alone and respectively, are looking to make twenty-five new appointments before the new year.
“The success we have experienced since relocating has been substantial in our decision to undertake such a large scale expansion”, says Raj Patel, Head of Sales. “We have been involved in some amazing events with companies such as Fossil UK, Swiss Re and Johnson & Johnson, appointed a number of senior roles through internal promotions and successfully launched products including our Play With a Legend packages and opening up the Big Brother house for corporate events.”
Chillisauce will be offering senior roles, junior roles and apprenticeships, to help those with varying levels, or little experience into the events industry and to give people already established a new challenge.
“The events industry is definitely a fun sector to work in and the increase in event courses across the country is proof of its growing popularity. We want to draw more talent into the events industry and show them what a creative, vibrant and exciting industry it can be. Chillisauce strives hard as a company to develop the sense of community and fun that is so fundamental to Chillisauce’s culture. We offer opportunities to travel, progress and socialise inside and outside of work, with regular parties, activity days and incentives. Employment levels are still an important factor in the success of our current economy and we want to offer long term, stable careers.”
“Now is the right time to expand and to find exceptional talent that will grow and develop with us. Chillisauce is entering a new phase, our focus for the future will be primarily in our technology and delivering improved methods of communicating our product to the customer. We will continue to develop innovative new experiences and possibly consider moving into a couple of different vertical markets. This is a big step forward for us, but with the events industry also going from strength to strength, it can only demonstrate our belief and commitment to the future.”