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Escape Live breaks out into new Midlands office


An escape experience company, which was established by two entrepreneurs less than five years ago, is expanding into new offices to continue its growth. John Dalziel and Jas Sodhi set


up Escape Live in 2014, with its first venue in Birmingham comprising two rooms and three staff. Now, with over 40 staff and more


venues in Birmingham, Coventry, Stratford-upon-Avon and Southend- on-Sea, the company has taken an office at the Venture Centre at the University of Warwick Science Park. A team of five office-based staff


will work from the Science Park, carrying out research and development for the firm’s future escape experiences, as well as providing support to the venues. Jas, who has joined the business full-time as managing director, said: “We have to ensure that we stay fresh with new experiences and new attractions to keep visitors coming back to us. “The vast amount of tech and IT


based companies based at the University of Warwick Science Park was a big draw for us.”


Feelgood sessions


for the stressed Chill out sessions aimed at reducing busy workers’ stress levels have been launched in Worcester. Hosted by communications


company Chris Green Media, ‘Feelgood Fridays’ offer a mindfulness, meditation, head and shoulder massage, crystal therapy and poetry workshops. CGM’s managing partner Chris


Green said: “We see a lot of business people worn down. “That’s why we’re encouraging


employers in the county to not just talk a good game about caring for their staff but to make a positive commitment to improving their wellbeing in 2019 and beyond.” Specialist practitioners including


Jennie Webster and Vanessa Edmonds, of The Zen Den in Stourport, meditation teacher Mandi Bishop and the county’s poet laureate emeritus Maggie Doyle will deliver different parts of the two-hour event. Mandi said: “Our sessions can


Great escape: Jas Sodhi, Jane Talbot from the Science Park and John Dalziel Escape Live challenges teams of


between two and six people to escape from a room within an hour by solving a series of clues. The experiences have provide popular with families and friends,


a corporate game that can be taken into offices and meeting rooms.


as well as businesses taking part in team bonding sessions. The company has also launched


help to de-stress people so they are able to return to work with a spring in their step and ready to face fresh challenges.”


For more information call 01905 754336 or email info@chrisgreenmedia.co.uk


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