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Ultimate team building, bonding event to be launched Feb. 20

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The ultimate team building and bonding event for employees is coming to Manila in March.

The first Manila Corporate Games 2012 will be a three-day event that seeks to promote camaraderie among various companies. It is slated on March 23-25 but will have an official launch on February 20 at 10 a.m. at the Fraser Place on Valero Street, Salcedo Village in Makati City.

It is a mix of sports and networking opportunities, enhancing team spirit, developing corporate identity and employee loyalty.

Up to 40 Human Resource officers and corporate administrators are expected to attend the event that the PMAP is also expected to participate in.

Registration is ongoing until March 16. A special promo offer was given to companies that signed up until February 15 – that of being able to register 20 people under a corporate account for P29,000 plus VAT and to add one more participant to their group.

For more information, email to marvin@multiplatagroup.com or call 2983317. (advt)

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