fram^’s year-end party 2018: It’s time to look back & celebrate

News & PR 28 January, 2019 Ha Bui

Friday, 25 January 2019 – What a blast! We finally waited till the most expected event of all time, the Year End Party 2018. Our year-end parties are always a great time to hobnob and catch up with friends. The regular monthly Friday Beer(s) are sometimes short and it’s hard to gather everyone. That’s what we were looking for this event to cap the year off and it did do the job very well.

What can be a better way to welcome a new year than looking back & celebrate the achievements that we all contributed for the last year. It then leads to our habitual FRAM^ GROUP QUARTERLY SHARING – Q4/ 2018, in which framers, as usual, gathered today to summarize the last quarter.

Fram^ Quarterly Sharing - Q4/ 2018, Year End Party 2018

(Our CEO – Max Bergman hosts the Sharing after presenting some highlights of the Group.)

Fram^ Quarterly Sharing - Q4/ 2018, Year End Party 2018

(Real attention from our framers as it’s important to understand & share common goals.)

It was satisfactory for us as framers to know that Fram^ Standing Team & Ventures has expanded dramatically over the last year & gained impressive results, welcoming a great number of newcomers on board. An official Quarterly Report for Q4/ 2018 will be released soon so stay tuned!

fram^ year end party 2018

And then, our YEAR END PARTY 2018 was officially started when fram^ captains and its sailors went on a real board. The elegant Indochina cruise was the first time to wave, not because of the sea, but due to the enthusiasm & “get high”-ness of our framers.

fram^ year end party 2018

(Where’s your beer? – 1, 2, 3 ZDOOOOOO)

fram^ year end party 2018

(Shake, shake, shake your body!)

Thanks for this, we’ve found talented core members for Karaoke club “Xoan & the Friends”, Cheer-leading club “Nam’s Cheerleaders”, Language Exchange club “We speak your languages”, etc. Everyone was so delighted that no one realized that we were the last ones on board. In spite of regrets, we all knew it was time to wrap up the night.

fram^ year end party 2018

(WE WORK REALLY HARD & WE PLAY EVEN HARDER. 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, and don’t forget to stay up-to-date with us – fram^ throughout 2019!

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