The Brassworks, 32 York Way, London N1 9AB, United Kingdom
In a crazy play on reverse colonialism, London is our first international office. True, our staff sometimes works crazy hours to collaborate with their American counterparts, but our office director is a local who keeps us in proper tea and high spirits. Clients trust us for an ability to “translate” between the UK Europe and the US— specifically the Silicon Valley, and we have inexhaustible resources to assist London-based European businesses with local and regional PR. Our staff is well versed in everything from consumer and business technology to professional services, travel and even healthcare. It’s great being across the pond. We’ve quickly learned how to keep calm, carry on, and take care of business.
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24 Hours in London
What better way to start the day in London than with a full English breakfast! We suggest The Counter Café. It overlooks the Olympic Park and will serve a breakfast hearty enough to keep you going for the rest of the day. After admiring the Olympic stadium and whizzing round the shops at Westfield, Stratford why not get back into the heart of the city and visit ‘Her Maj’ the Queen. Wander round Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London and soak up a thousand years of Royal history.
There is so much to see and do in London and with only 24 hours to do it all, not a moment should be wasted. Next you can combine lunch and sight-seeing by heading off on a river cruise. Unfortunately for London, it does have a tendency to rain quite a lot. So, if the weather isn’t on your side, why not seek shelter in one of the many galleries and museums London has to offer. Find out how things work at the Science Museum or discover some crazy artwork at the Tate Modern. The majority of exhibitions in London are free so you can save some pennies for a classic afternoon tea at the Ritz.
Time for a quick wander around Covent Garden to see some of London’s amazing street performers before heading to the Experimental Cocktail Club in Chinatown for a pre-dinner drink. For dinner, mix with the city slickers at Coq D’argent, a rooftop restaurant with fabulous views of the city before heading to a show or to a live gig.
London in The Hot Seat
We asked members of our London office to sound off on food, TV and music and more. Here’s what they had to say:
Favorite Watering Hole
There are three - a pub on the corner called The Nellie Dean; a rooftop bar called Aqua Nueva; and a member's only club called Blacks.
“Crocodile Rock” – Elton John and Bernie Taupin.
Favorite In-Office Activity
Having tea and biscuits in the afternoon.
What food is most associated with your city?
Fish and Chips. Bangers and Mash.
What's the most ordered lunch?
We go out - love a nearby hummus bar.
Is your city known for any famous movies?
Tons, Love Actually; 4 Weddings and a Funeral; The Bank Job; Bridget Jones; Mary Poppins; My Fair Lady; Notting Hill; Harry Potter; and more