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Initial Style Conferences launches Easter campaign

Initial Style Conferences has launched a national chocolate themed Easter campaign designed to highlight the teambuilding, meeting and conference facilities at its venues.

Running from April 10th until 8th May, customers will be able to book one of two chocolate themed teambuilding events.

One of the events is The Chocolate Challenge, an indoor training exercise developed by team building company Fresh Tracks.

Participants will be divided into teams to undertake various challenges. Activities range from piping chocolate names onto chef's hats, producing chocolate self-portraits and creating branded boxes of a new chocolate product.

The task, which involves designing and producing an original box of chocolates from raw materials, followed by making a 30-second TV commercial on the product, aims to develop the participants' will marketing, packaging and strategic planning skills.

The second themed event is a Chocolate Factory developed by Chordiem Events. Initial Style Conferences says companies booking either event will benefit from special Easter delegate rates, and a 15% reduction on the cost of the teambuilding event.

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