Meet Dan!

Meet our newest member of Klick, Dan!

Despite a challenging year, we are fortunate enough to have worked through and have needed to employ a new Tender Writer. As always, we have asked Dan a few questions for you to get to know him better!

Q: If you could choose to do anything for the day, what would you do?

A: Catch a train/flight to Amsterdam with my friends for the day.

 

Q: If you were stranded on a desert island & could choose one person to keep you company, who would it be and why?

A: It would have to be Bear Grylls because I think he would know how to survive the longest.

 

Q: What is something weird you’ve tried that you would recommend someone tries at least once?

A: Eating cereal without any milk. It’s actually not that bad.

 

Q: Where’s your favourite place in the world you’ve ever been and why?

A: The best place I have been to is Rome in Italy. It has lots of interesting historical buildings like the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain – also the Italian restaurants have amazing food.

 

Q: Favourite memory of your life so far?

A: My favourite memory so far is graduating from University.

 

Q: What are the top 3 things on your bucket list?

A: 1. Learn to speak a foreign language fluently (probably German) 2. Visit Las Vegas. 3. Run a marathon.

 

Q: What is your all-time favourite book and film?

A: My all-time favourite book is Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks. My favourite film would have to be The Shawshank Redemption.

 

Q: What is your most unusual talent?

A: I can slam dunk a basketball.

Q: Going off your first impressions from our morning teams call, if you could pick one colleague at Klick to take to a party with you, who would it be and why?

A: I would choose Gee because she’s funny and could do all the talking.

 

Q: What is your favourite thing about Klick so far?

A: My favourite thing about Klick so far is the variety of different tenders and clients. It makes things more interesting when you don’t stick to one topic all the time. I also like working as part of a team, and everyone I’ve met has been really friendly and supportive.