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A yacht party by the sea


With a star-studded of guest list and a scenic route along Manila Bay at Roxas Boulevard, Manila, VentureCapital Holdings Corporation (VCHC) threw its inaugural Blockchain Experts Gala on January 26.
The evening did not disappoint. A curated guest list of international and local businessmen, young tech entrepreneurs, international speakers and more mingled aboard while several production elements elevated the party above a usual gathering.
Five models with different nationalities were brought in to represent unity, despite the diversity in the country. It was an intimate night party and one of the most expensive parties in Manila.
DJ Sanya mentioned key personalities of the night and explained the purpose of the event—VCHC’s first-ever gathering with its friends.
Ryan Dominic Sy, Business Development officer at VC Holdings, delivered his opening speech while an audio-visual presentation was played in the background.
The purpose of the event was to celebrate VC Holdings’ successful partnerships with its recent investee companies. VCHC tackled its future plans of exploring new channels of collaboration with like-minded industry practitioners.
Sy’s opening speech and presentation was followed by Frankie Meng’s speech and toast for future partnerships, plans and goals.
Meng raised his glass for a toast and wished for a better innovation, progress, and continuous growth of its number of his partners in the future. As VCHC strives to be better, Meng has announced that the company soon will be entering the Blockchain Industry, another paradigmatic shift in revolutionizing different business sectors that will strengthen their presence in the digital world.
As the captain announced the yacht’s no-shoes policy, much to the dismay of well-heeled passengers, everyone got on their feet moving in the rhythm as the celebrity DJ Sanya Smith and Butta B played out indie and house music while cruising.
VC Café’s Chef Carlo prepared mouth-watering meals, while his crews Mon and Rick ensured that the guests’ glasses were perpetually filled with beverages of their choice. Aside from finger food, there was also plenty of beer, wine and liquors flowing for all the guests for there was an open bar.
The evening had no shortage of Instagram-worthy moments, and Meng was quickly pulled in by his friends aiming to capture as many group photos as possible before the night ended.


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