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New products from Initial Style Conferences at HRD 2006
Visitors to Initial Style Conferences' stand at HRD 2006 will be able to discover more about its latest products and services including Chocolate Team Building Events and its newly launched Comedy Weekend.
The Comedy Weekend was designed by comedian Bobby Bragg and actor John Arthur, directors of It's a Funny Business. Initial Style Conferences says the weekend offers attendees the chance to 'Have a go at being a stand up comedian' and is designed to help strengthen workplace skills such as:
Initial Style Conferences will be on stand 240 at HRD 2006 which takes place on 4-6th April at Olympia, London.
Visitors to the stand will be able to watch a video showcasing Initial Style's 29 UK venues and will have the opportunity to enter a prize draw to win a WiFi ready Fujitsu Siemens Laptop.
Head of marketing David Owen: "With a fantastic venue portfolio, innovative product range and leading edge technology, Initial Style supports HR departments throughout the country with their training and team building needs.
"This is an exciting time of development and change and HRD offers us an excellent platform to share our expertise and product range to the industry."
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