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Living the ‘Softlogic Life way of life’


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On 27th August the ambience of Bloomfield grounds was bustling with vibrant energy as employees of Softlogic Life took to the field to participate in Softlogic Life Games 2017. The games served as a clear reflection of the ‘Softlogic Life way of life’ with all employees actively participating in numerous activities aimed at further inculcating the brand’s philosophy of enhancing quality of life through fitness, wellness, and nutrition; activities that helped each employee make a simple choice which added colour to their life.


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