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Street Feast announce two new hires for thriving event sales team

Phoebe Fuller
Street Feast, the UK’s most innovative social dining concept is delighted to announce, due to increased demand for events, it has strengthened the events team with two new hires; Dillan Katz as Events Sales Manager and Phoebe Fuller as Sales and Events Co-ordinator.

Dillan will be responsible for growing corporate event sales across Street Feast’s expanding portfolio of five venues through the delivery of key events from enquiry to execution. She will work on maintaining strong business relationships with corporate clients and event agencies as well as generate a new pipeline of clients.

Dillan brings knowledge and experience having held positions at Adventure Bar, as well as enjoying spells at cabaret club Proud (City and Embankment) and PC Soho Ltd, where she helped launch three new venues into the marketplace. Her creative and passionate approach to event sales is a great fit for the Street Feast team who are renowned for their inventive approach to consumer and corporate events.

Phoebe enters the world of event sales with a charismatic enthusiasm for the industry and organisational skills, with a background in creative arts and stints working in front of house hospitality and chef roles. Phoebe is well-versed from working in fast-paced environments and looks set to thrive within the Street Feast team to create stand out occasions that keep clients coming back again and again.

Event Sales Director, Emma Howe, comments: “It’s always a pleasure welcoming new members to the Street Feast team and I can’t wait to see their careers progress. Dillan and Phoebe are exciting talents and will make fantastic brand ambassadors. I know they will be a real asset to the Street Feast events team, growing the business and bringing new ideas to the table.

“We have worked really hard to build a strong event offering at Street Feast and the evolving team proves that London has been really receptive to our ‘wild card’ venues and casual dining concept.”

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