Client: AB „Nasdaq Vilnius“
Date: 2016 12 09
Location: „Legendos klubas“
Number of participants: 200
This year, the rapidly expanding Nasdaq office in Vilnius has chosen the enthusiastic theme of “Job I Will Never Have” to create a Christmas mood.
The team of IT, stock exchange trading, financial accounting and other technology gathering at the Legend Club was no stranger to fun. An ambitious group of young professionals immersed themselves in an unforgettable evening of experience where every colleague could become what he or she always wanted – ballerina, firefighter, firefighter, actress, priest, policeman, sheikh, professional diver, woodcutter!
Most secret dreams are often unexpected, so the Christmas Eve program surprised the assembled colleagues. The event, which began with Nasdaq News Broadcasting, is a carefully crafted crap surprise for employees. The CEO used a good dose of humor when presenting next year’s guidelines, illustrating the key moments expected in the company in the past and coming years.
An experienced team of tech professionals has never ceased to amaze with their creativity throughout the evening! Colleagues were actively involved in the evening’s activities, including finding wicked hackers who had broken into computer systems. Some members of the group, who were keen to become illusionists during their childhood, did not forget these dreams during the event and surprised the audience with magic tricks.
The Nasdaq office in Winnipeg was very busy preparing for the celebration and did its original tasks until Christmas Eve. For example, the office held a custom costume contest, the winners of which were awarded during the celebration. The bustle of the evening was complemented by the bartender’s show, and the performer Augustė Vedrickaitė and the band invited to the dance whirlpool.
The Nasdaq office in Vilnius organized the Christmas party together with us by the Nasdaq Organizing Committee, which knows best the interests of our colleagues and the company culture. We believe that the multinational company was not short of unexpected discoveries that colleagues willingly shared with each other!