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Spicy theme for Chillisoft channel event

09 Aug 13

Local security and cloud focused distributor Chillisoft treated it's channel partners last night, as five team members competed against each other with their own Chilli Con Carne creations.

Over 40 channel partners selling the distributors ESET Nod 32 solution attended, trying the various recipes before voting for an outright winner.

Chillisoft offices were transformed into a Mexican theme for the event, complete with a live Mariachi band to add to the occasion.

Chillisoft's Director of Technical Services, Steve Smith (maybe more accurately Smith's wife) won the competition.

A full collection of photo's will appear in the September issue of The Channel magazine.

To find out more, visit the Chillisoft website.

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