[Recap] Partner Appreciation Night 2018 – fram^ shows appreciation to partners & stakeholders

News & PR 12 December, 2018 Sean Boyle & Ha Bui

Tuesday, 4th December – The elegant Apollo Hall at the Liberty Riverside Hotel was the host venue for a wonderful gathering of the wider fram^ family. With Christmas just around the corner, it seemed a fitting occasion to show our appreciation to many partners and stakeholders. The Partner Appreciation Night 2018 allowed us all the opportunity to come together away from the office and celebrate our ongoing collaboration.

(Our welcome desk at the Apollo 2 -3 Hall, the Liberty Riverside Hotel)

Chairman – Christopher Beselin kicked off the festivities by warmly welcoming everyone to the event, acknowledging each partnership individually, highlighting the high regard in which each and every partner is held. Next up was CEO – Max Bergman who reflected on all that has been achieved at fram^ in the past 12 months and what lies ahead on the horizon.

(The most enthusiastic welcome to all guests from our CEO – Max Bergman, COO – Duy Vo  & Chairman – Christopher Beselin – “1, 2, 3 DZÔÔÔÔ”)

(Let’s make a toast & cheer up the Night!)

With some of the formalities out of the way, COO Duy Vo joined the two speakers to officially open the Night, popping the champagne to the delight of the thirsty crowd. With that, the party had started in earnest, with the guests and framers mingling freely together, talking about basically everything.

Let’s take a look at the video recap to meet all our lovely guests and join in the atmosphere of the delightful party!

Around 9 PM, everyone present was into the festive spirit, but also painfully aware that it was only 4th December and not, in fact, Christmas yet! Our management team took it, in turn, to thank everyone in attendance once again and send them on their way with gifts in hand. That wrapped up an enjoyable event for all involved, further strengthening client relationships and of course spreading a little seasonal cheer.

(A small gift for our beloved guests to remind of the cheerful Night.)

(See you again at our Partner Appreciation Night next year! We are fram^.)

fram^ is a leading Scandinavian-Vietnamese IT Engineering and Venture Building. fram^ helps companies to build dedicated software development teams of top 2% Vietnamese IT engineers and other online-focused talents. Let’s visit our website for information on our services or contact us via business@wearefram.com!

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