Rob and Paul founded the brand Gandys in order to support their Orphans for Orphans foundation after their parents were killed in the devastating Tsunami that hit Sri Lanka. For corporate events their unique story will keep your audience spellbound.
The Gandy Brothers
BBC Golf correspondent and former tennis commentator
BBC Test Match Special commentator affectionately known as 'Aggers', former professional cricketer with Leicestershire
Everybody's favourite cartoon banker (he appears in the Telegraph and has a show on Classic FM) is brought to life by Cold Feet's Robert Bathurst in this hilarious parody of city life, ideal for corporate events.
Robert Bathurst as Alex
Stephen K Amos is supremely warm and wickedly funny with an ability to charm onlookers right into the palm of his hand. A natural for corporate events he is always in demand. TV appearances include "Mock The Week", "Have I Got News For You" and "QI".
Stephen K Amos
Clive Anderson presents Loose Ends and Unreliable Evidence on Radio 4. He is a former lawyer who is a popular corporate host and after dinner speaker.
Actor and comedian who presents Pointless on BBC1. He is one half of the comedy duo Armstrong and Miller but he has also found fame in dramas and sitcoms. A regular host on Have I Got News for You.
Mike enjoyed an illustrious career that saw him graduate from Cambridge University to England captain via Lancashire CCC, accumulating 115 Test caps and 7,728 runs (at 37.69) in the process.
Natasha Baker is a 5 time Paralympic equestrian champion. She works tirelessly to change the perception of disability, to inspire the next generation of Paralympic athletes and to show the world that despite people's challenges, incredible things can be achieved!
Clare has her own show on BT Sport plus still broadcasts regularly for the BBC. A popular and versatile choice for the corporate market who is comfortable hosting, chairing or speaking. Very inspirational.
Dave made his name originally taking Wimbledon from non-league football to Premiership status, playing the long ball game. His powers of motivation are legendary and he has often spoken at management functions on team building.
Former Rugby player who has gone on to have a multi faceted career taking in roles in Harry Potter and presenting World’s Strongest Man and Crimewatch, as well as Rugby. At 6”10, he certainly has presence, and has become a fixture on the corporate circuit.
As schoolboy, Phil won 3 Schoolboy International Caps and 4 Youth International Caps. He joined Llanelli RFC in 1967 and played for them for 16 seasons. He was captain for six consecutive seasons during which time the team won the Welsh Cup three times. Phil played 29 times for Wales, winning two Grand Slams and three Triple Crowns. He captained for two seasons (eight games) and won two Triple Crowns and one Grand Slam as captain.
Dewsbury-born Bentley was a key figure in the Lions 2-1 Test success in South Africa in 1997 and is one of the elite body of players to have gained international honours in both Rugby Union and League.
Bob is probably the only person ever to have been awarded an MBE by the Queen for after dinner speaking. Has made appearances on Countdown and has lots of sporting stories …always a hit with men of a certain age!
Bob 'the Cat' Bevan MBE
Best known for his roles in Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars At No. 42, Sanjeev is an experienced actor and screenwriter. A popular awards host, presenter and speaker.
One of the best-known faces on television in Scotland, presenting the BBC's Reporting Scotland and a regular on their election and Hogmanay coverage.
Iconic former cricket umpire with a nice line in anecdotes that underline his status as a professional Yorkshireman
Legendary explorer who has influenced, mentored and inspired several generations of explorers and adventurers. With HRH Prince of Wales he founded Operation Raleigh. His presentations on leadership focus on the two aspects of leadership that he believes to be essential: communication and inspiration.
John Blashford Snell
Legendary actor who trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School before beginning a distinguished and varied career, which has encompassed all media. Brian is now one of this country's best known and most highly respected actors.
Eccentric cricket commentator dubbed 'Blowers' by the Test Match Special Team, Bolfeld was educated at Eton and it shows!
A stand-up comedian and speaker who was also a professional footballer.
Not only one of the best female poker players around with over $3.7m in live tournament earnings, she has a first class degree in Astrophysics! A great keynote speaker.
Sir Ian Botham, OBE is a former England Test cricketer and Test team captain, and current cricket commentator. He was a genuine all-rounder and remains well known by his nicknames "Beefy" and "Guy the Gorilla". He is a committed charity fund raiser.
One of the triumphant members of the World Cup winning England team. Since retiring he's taken part in Dancing on Ice and is a regular sports pundit.
Popular comedian and actress who has been on everything from Question Time to Have I Got News For You, Live at the Apollo etc. A safe pair of hands for corporate events who knows the boundaries.
Author and One Show contributor, not to mention former MP, actor and all round polymath. A hugely popular choice for corporate events such as after dinner speaking, awards hosting and more. Particularly good for international audiences.
Benet Brandreth QC is an expert on persuasion - the power of language to move, to delight and to teach. An accomplished performer, his workshops and keynotes on putting that power in your hands are as entertaining as they are educational.
Everyone's favourite impressionist who is a popular choice for corporate events.
Adger Brown is one of the most versatile comedians on the mainstream circuit of cabaret and variety. A veteran of the after-dinner circuit and a consummate professional, he has performed with many sports stars and celebrities at events up and down the country.
Presenter of Small Talk on Radio 4, The creator of The Guardian's Office column and author of a collection of best-sellers, his latest book is 'The Pocket Guru', a brilliantly accessible guide to enterprise. Guy's expertise lies in the use of creativity in business. He now runs the Smokehouse consultancy, helping companies conceive more innovative products, services and processes.
Frank Bruno is possibly the most popular boxer Britain has ever produced. A loveable personality, he sprung to prominence during his interviews with BBC Television's Harry Carpenter.
The UK's Number 1 Motivational Business Speaker, Personal Development Coach and Entrepeneur
Actor, theatre director, writer and biographer. Renowned for his mastery of Dickens and Shakespeare.His films include Four Weddings and a Funeral, A Room with a View, Amadeus and Shakespeare in Love.
Popular after dinner speaker whose been a feature on the Scottish scene for many years. Numerous TV appearances over the years, and was also responsible for the Tartan Armies 1978 World Cup song!
Currently rugby Attack coach who played a crucial role in winning the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He went on to successfully coach London Irish. He writes for the Sunday Telegraph and is Brand Ambassador for Clydesdale Bank. An inspirational after-dinner and motivational speaker.
A successful jockey who was given just 6 months to live when he was diagnosed with cancer. But after chemotherapy he returned to racing, most famously winning the Grand National on Aldaniti in 1981. His incredible story of courage and endurance was portrayed in the film Champion.
A highly popular member of the 1980's English Rugby Team, as a prop forward he played for Bath Rugby Football Club winning a host of medals.
Veteran Conservative MP and former cabinet minister who has served in a number of administrations as Chancellor, Home Secretary, Lord Chancellor and Justice Minister; keen jazz fan
Former Liverpool, Tottenham and England goalkeeper, Ray Clemmence is a popular performer on the after dinner circuit.
Winner of The Apprentice 2014, Mark Wright is now CEO of a highly successful digital marketing agency, Climb Online, which he launched with Lord Alan Sugar’s backing after winning in 2015.
Mark Wright Climb Online
Graeme Codrington is an expert on the future of work and the disruptive forces that are shaping it. As an author and researcher, his insights and analysis are sought after by business schools and CEOs around the world, with five degrees, four best selling books and a full-time research team at his company, TomorrowToday.
BBC Legal Editor and Law in Action presenter who is also a comedy writer! Can speak seriously about Brexit, but equally comfortable with a witty anecdotal speech.
Former musician with The Communards who left the debauched life of a pop star (he certainly ticked the boxes with regards to Drugs, Sex and Rock n Roll!) to become a Church of England Vicar in rural Northamptonshire! Now best known for hosting R4'sSaturday Live and The Big Painting Challenge on BBC1
Professional racing car driver, ex-Stig, writer, TV presenter, world record breaker and Hollywood stunt driver. Ben is most famous for his role as the Stig, but is now a respected and successful businessman.
Golden Globe winner and Emmy-nominee, actress Joan Collins has international star quality. An icon and a living legend, her career has evolved into superstar status. She has appeared in over 60 films and dozens of TV series, including Dynasty - the highest rated TV drama of all time.
Since starting his entrepreneurial career aged 19, Sam has mentored thousands of talented young entrepreneurs and hustlers around the world.
Paul Connolly is an investigative broadcast journalist, television presenter and documentary maker. Specialising in covert filming and undercover work. His new series "Undercover: Nailing The Fraudsters" started in February 2018 on Channel 5.
A charismatic keynote and after-dinner speaker, Alexis employs his personal knowledge of hustling, pickpockets and con-artists to speak candidly on the risks and security threats constantly faced by businesses and consumers.
Former boxing champion and one of Britain's great sporting characters. He had 39 fights with 34 wins and was British and European Champion. He had three successful defences before retiring in 1980 and as an actor has appeared in the West End in â€œBlood Brothersâ€.
Dave Coplin helps organisations and individuals to see the full potential that technology offers of a modern, digital society. He focuses not on the technology itself, but on the humans who use it. Inspiring corporate choice!
An acclaimed writer, critic, columnist and television presenter. He regularly writes for The Times and most recently he co-presented Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby.
Former Kent and England captain, following in his father, Colin's, footsteps. A regular on cricket broadcasts such as Test Match Special and Sky. He is much in demand as one of the most humorous public speakers, a regular Master of Ceremonies and a top class auctioneer.
Seasoned broadcaster and print journalist. Prior to being Chief Political Correspondent for Sky News, he was at the BBC and before then he had been political editor of the Sunday Express, the Daily Express and Home Affairs correspondent at the Sunday Times.
Paralympic gold medallist, World champion, European champion, Paralympic World Cup winner and world record holder, Danny lost an arm in an accident when he was 21. An inspiring speaker and a top motivator.
Norman Croucher is a powerful motivational speaker who has proved that teamwork and persistence do indeed pay. Despite having lost both legs in a railway accident, he decided to seek adventure in the mountains - and he certainly found it.
Former MP and minister who is now a popular broadcaster and author. Recently appeared on Strictly Come Dancing.
Iain Dale is one of Britain’s leading political commentators and also bloggers! He has been a contributing editor for GQ Magazine and currently writes for various national newspapers and magazines, including the Guardian, the Independent, the New Statesman, the Spectator and Attitude.
Midfielder for Wolverhampton Wanderers who transferred to Manchester City in 1979 for the then unheard of fee of £1,437,500. It earned him the nickname Six Million Dollar Man. But his career there failed to blossom. As an after dinner speaker he talks about the challenges he faced and how his football experiences helped him to succeed in sales.
He continues to work for the BBC on a freelance basis, covering the Olympics and Commonwealth Games and in the summer of 2012 could be heard commentating on the women's hockey. He has also appeared as a guest panellist on the long-running BBC game show, Call My Bluff.