Right Angle to launch sister agency exclusive to London

Right Angle Events is launching a new sister agency, The London Team Building Company, in March.

Right Angle's Lizzy Gaskin
Right Angle's Lizzy Gaskin

The London Team Building Company, which will officially launch on 2 March, will provide teambuilding services exclusively to London companies. Right Angle’s Lizzy Gaskin will be director of the new agency.

The agency’s teambuilding experiences are described as unique and will include activities such as speed boating and helicopter rides, with themes such as crime solving. The agency’s USP is that all of the events will be completely bespoke, with ‘no request too absurd’.

"The London Team Building Company has been a dream of mine since I entered the events industry four years ago," said Gaskin. "After over a year of brainstorming and planning, I am thrilled to be able to launch it with my equally excited business partners.

"We aim to deliver immaculate events, after seeing an unrecognised opportunity in the ever-growing market of teambuilding and corporate events."

In 2015, Right Angle won the C&IT Award for teambuilding experience of the year, for Shop Direct's The Killing - A Criminal Investigation.

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