CityClue was born from the belief that working in London should be about more than the well-trodden path between
the office, the station and the pub. Charlie and Andrew have both been there, the daily commute, walking from
the same station to work and back with an occasional pint in the nearest pub to the office.
"We help City of London companies and venues
to use the history of their local area for
hospitality, teambuilding and social events."
So it came to pass that they created CityClue to help the good people in London interact with their location in a
fun and fascinating way.
Andrew Brown is dangerously obsessed with London.
He likes talking about the past so much he trained for two years in the City of London and Clerkenwell to make sure he could do it really well.
It turns out he could so partnered up with Charlie to blast some fresh air into team events for City folk.
When not helping people discover the City, Andrew makes curry and plays the harmonica... but not at the same time.
Ask him: Pretty much anything about the history of London or... about the time he fell in the Thames!
Charlie Stamp has over 11 years experience in the London events and tourism industry.
Charlie started his own business providing personal guiding for tourists before turning his skills on the corporate market.
He's now on a mission to show the City of London’s businesses that the solution to their teambuilding needs is, literally, on their doorstep.
He's also driven an ambulance to Mongolia for the hell of it (well.. and charity).
Ask him: Where to go for the finest free vistas in London or... what he ate in Kazakhstan!
To contact Andrew or and Charlie please pop
over to the contact page.
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