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As the capital braces itself for a fresh bout of economic uncertainty, newly-launched website http://www.tasterlab.com provides Londoners with some light relief …

The launch of a new website, http://www.tasterlab.com, is giving cash-strapped, over-worked Londoners the chance to try something new and discover a new hobby or passion, by offering free or discounted free samples of things to do in the capital. This means that people can try lots of things until they discover something that makes them feel good, allowing them to live a happier and more balanced lifestyle.

Whether it’s cooking lessons cooking, kickboxing classes kickboxing, learning languages or how to take amazing photographs photography, users of the site – which is completely free to join – can try a new activity before signing up or making a financial commitment. They can even decide which activities or clubs to sample by reading ‘tried and tested’ reviews posted on the site.

Main categories include: adventure sports, alternative therapy, art, crafts and textiles, dance, film, food and wine, health and fitness, languages, lifestyle, martial arts, music, photography, sports, theatre, and writing.

Tasterlab.com acts as a platform for local clubs and organisations to list their spare capacity so small businesses can transform a spare place in the class into the opportunity to show prospective customers what they are all about.

Founder of the site, Ben Chappell, said: “Despite the doom and gloom of rising inflation, job losses and general financial uncertainty, life still goes on – and Tasterlab.com can provide some light relief to Londoners by giving them the chance to continue learning and having fun on an ever-tighter budget.”

He added: “ Now more than ever, savvy consumers realise that spending is about being frugal and targeted, so our ‘try before you buy’ approach, which often means not paying a penny, couldn’t be more fitting, fun, or easier to do”.

For further information and to sign up for free visit:

http://www.tasterlab.com
http://www.facebook.com/tasterlab
http://twitter.com/tasterlab

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Press information:
Sarah Sheehan at Gosh PR Ltd
T. 07770 235564, E. sarah-s@goshpr.co.uk



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