"Ray and Amy were delighted with your performance and I personally would like to thank you for your professionalism. It is great when everything works as planned, but it becomes ‘magical’ when someone goes the extra mile like you did, and for that I thank you! I definitely will be using you in the future."
Antoanella – booking agent
The corporate world can also benefit from my services as a magician. Acting as a corporate entertainer for you I can provide magic and mind reading for your delegates or guests. I have found that more companies are using my corporate magician services to keep a smooth flow during their corporate event; between speaker sessions, or during the evening where you want to allow your delegates or guests to mix. My stand up Magic and Mentalism is perfect for corporate gala dinners, award ceremonies, or drinks receptions. My magic and mind reading can also bring potential clients into your stand at a trade show, holding their attention until your sales staff can engage with them. My name is Ian Souch, and I am an award winning entertainer from Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, I am passionate about Magic, Mind Reading, and making your corporate event memorable, entertaining and successful.
I have performed for many companies like yours, from small to large corporations:
- Phones International
- Yell Ltd
- The Royal Airforce
My magic and mind reading can be performed almost anywhere; I have performed at visually stunning 'The Gherkin' in london, The Hitchcock rooms at Pinewood Studios and the Phyllis Court Club in Henley.
"Just wanted to say a big thank you on behalf of all of us at GCAT for making our Christmas party one of the best ever by all accounts. There was nothing but awe and wonder as how you’d done the tricks we saw."
Eleanor Holt – GCAT Flight Academy
Having a Corporate Entertainer for your event does make a difference, I am always in great demand as a Corporate Magician and Entertainer, and I'd be happy to discuss your corporate event with you, and advise on what Magic would suit your event.