Mango bolsters experiential division with hiring of new senior producer Chelsey Raysbrook

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Mango bolsters experiential division with hiring of new senior producer Chelsey Raysbrook

Mango is continuing to grow its experiential offering and services, appointing Chelsey Raysbrook as senior production manager.

 

Raysbrook joins the team from the UAE, where she held production roles for major events including Abu Dhabi’s 2019 Special Olympics World Games, Dubai’s The Holy Mass Presided by The Pope, and The Formula Electrics Concerts in Saudi Arabia.

Prior to this, Raysbrook delivered production for a number of UK music festivals including V Fest, Download UK, Wireless, Leeds Party in the Park, and BT London Live.

Says Tabitha Fairbairn, managing director, Mango: “We are focused on delivering brilliant experiential and Chelsey brings with her a huge amount of experience and talent that will see Mango continue to bring this vision to life.”

Says Raysbrook: “I felt Mango’s infectious enthusiasm and energy the moment I walked through the doors. I’m excited to use my production expertise to aid in the creation of newsworthy experiential stories and unique, impactful events for our clients.”

Raysbrook’s appointment follows a series of new hires for Mango after a period of growth with group business director Angela McCann and senior sponsorship manager Sophie Robert joining the team earlier this year.

Mango’s experiential clients include McDonald’s Australia, TAC, Platypus, Unilever, Volkswagen, Thermomix, Johnson&Johnson, Foxtel, Coty Inc. and Ferrero.