VWV recently celebrated its 30th birthday. The team spent the evening socialising and partying with colleagues and clients who have been a part of their amazing journey over the years.
In characteristic VWV fashion the venue, Katy's Palace Bar, was unique and is noted as one of Jozi's newest and most stylish locations set against a spectacular view. While it was essentially a very casual 'simply come and let you hair down' party, true to the VWV ethos, there were a few delightful surprises... outrageously costumed Glamazons wearing iPads that showcased some of the extraordinary work VWV has produced over the past 30 years; an interactive performance moment using their signature combination of live action and video projection; and a hot DJ line-up that included one of their very own company directors, along with a guest stint from their previous CEO. Mark Steinhobel said, "As we prepare to take on the next 30 years, we can think of no better way to celebrate this auspicious milestone than unwinding and sharing a great evening together in the company of friends."
VWV director Wanda Shuenyane and friends of VWV
Celebrating in style at VWV’s 30th bash
VWV welcomes guests to Katy’s Palace Bar
VWV’s CEO Kingsley Potter welcomes friends, clients and colleagues
VWV’s founder and chairman, Mark Steinhobel counts down from 30
VWV created a stunning chandelier with its Loeries that became a talking point of the evening
Glamazons wearing iPads that showcased some of the extraordinary work VWV has produced over the past 30 years
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