Softvisioners Around the World Celebrate the Holiday Season

Happy Holidays from Our Family to Yours!

The holidays are a time for gathering with friends and family. Our large Softvision family from 25 Studios across 11 countries all have different ways of celebrating the season. From sharing a meal together, dancing, or acknowledging each other’s successes, take a look at how some of our Studios celebrated this year.

Buenos Aires, Argentina
On November 22nd, Softvisioners from our Buenos Aires Studio went to Casa Babel, an old house that now serves as a popular bar and restaurant, to celebrate the end of the year. They listened to a DJ, had some food and drinks, and gave recognition to some team members who exemplify Softvision values.

Dallas, TX
On December 14th, Softvisioners from our Dallas Studio got into the holiday spirit with a holiday party at Times Ten Cellars. The theme was “ugly sweater party,” and almost all team members participated in the fun dress code!

Everyone enjoyed great wine, beer and appetizers, while listening to Christmas music. But perhaps the best part of the evening was a moving speech and holiday wishes from office Director, Scott Willhite that made everyone feel part of one successful team and a caring family.

Las Vegas, NV
The Las Vegas Studio is no stranger to fun! Softvisioners celebrated with an end of the year dinner on December 21st at M Resort.

Vancouver, Canada
About 30 Softvisioners from our Vancouver Studio gathered at the Vancouver Lookout December 14th for a holiday party. In addition to music, drinks and catering, everyone enjoyed taking pictures in the photo booth.

West Palm Beach, FL
West Palm Beach Softvisioners celebrated downtown with a party at Wine Scene wine bar. About 80 people attended and enjoyed lawn games, raffles, h’ors d’oevres and a cupcake tower from a popular bakery.

Softvisioners danced the night away to top 40 and Christmas songs from a band called Girlfriend Material. Some of our team members even got into the act with their own rendition of “La Bamba” and some Haitian Kompa with musician, Claude Joasil.

We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. Happy holidays from the Softvision family to yours!


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