Meet Guidebook

Together we're connecting millions of people and places worldwide.

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Our Vision

At Guidebook, we don't think it should be difficult or expensive to create elegant, functional mobile guides to events and physical locations.

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Our global audience — tens of thousands of happy customers and millions of end users — all say the same thing: Guidebook is refreshing and easy.

We built it because people need it

Guidebook is a venture-funded, Bay Area-based company that provides a standard platform to build mobile apps for events and locations. Guidebook was founded in January 2011 by Peter Lada, Jeff Lewis and Kevin Wood, all veterans of the SaaS industry, because they identified a need for highly stable and easy-to-manage mobile guides for companies of all sizes.

We power it with top talent

Guidebook's feature set focus is always ease of use for the event organiser and mobile user, making Guidebook the safest and most trusted option. With thousands of customers and millions of guides downloaded, Guidebook's leading design and development team constantly test and update the app platform for usability and security.

We're here to help, every step of the way

We've invested a lot in the award-winning Guidebook customer service team, and they are central to our business model. We believe in hiring the right people (passionate, creative and happy) and giving them the tools to help their customers.

Our offices

San Francisco

Guidebook San Francisco
584 Castro St #2128
San Francisco, CA 94114
United States

(888) 733-3942
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Guidebook Eastern Seaboard
119 E Hargett St
3rd floor
Raleigh, NC 27601
United States

(888) 733-3942
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Guidebook UK
54 Marshall St.
London, W1F 9BH
United Kingdom

+44 (0) 203 318 6295
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