The annual Hostinger Summerfest was held. More than 300 people gathered in the lake city of Trakai for this year’s celebration.
This year, we invited members of the Hostinger team to journey of growthrepresent our collective progress and achievement. His Hostinger employees from all over the world gathered to celebrate. There were also people from Brazil, Indonesia, India, Lithuania and other European countries.
Acumenos Villas & BungalowsThe venue that became the event venue turned into a magical place with people wearing white clothes and covered with glitter and gold tattoos. Our clients also attended the celebration, Virtuves Brelis took care of the food, urban bartender Mix cocktails.
unforgettable challenges and experiences
A glamorous celebration requires: Grand Opening. Hostinger Co-CEO Dougildas Yanks gave a speech full of gratitude and inspiration after the Vilnius Gospel Choir performed an amazing rendition of Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now”.
leadership and Teamwork was tested with of epic raft race challenge. Teams built boats and rafts and competed against each other. Many makeshift floating ships made it safely to the finish line, but others unfortunately sank beneath the waves. Plus there were a lot of huge inflatable unicorns and stand up paddle boards on the lake that day.
After that, everyone was able to find an activity that suited them. I could inflate it and jump on a trampoline, attend a leatherworking workshop, take DJ lessons, and even walk on glass and nails. Healthy lifestyle practitioner Aranas Gelanovas was also there, and he brought an ice bath. He taught breathing techniques and mentored Hostingers who dared to take ice baths.
What would a summer party be without live music? Vaidas Baumila, one of Lithuanian’s most famous singers, graced the stage. Energetic dancing and singing was a great way to end and commemorate the day. Beginning of the third quarter.
For most of my colleagues from abroad, it was first time Visiting Lithuania. They were happy to share their impressions of Summerfest and new cultural experiences.
Influencer Partnership Manager Roberta Correa came to Summerfest from Brazil and said she will never forget this. Not only did she enjoy the party, she also had time to explore Trakai Castle.
“It was great to play against other teams in Lithuania. I had the opportunity to talk to people and get to know them personally, some even recognizing me. This kind of networking will help us work together in the future,” says Roberta.
work hard play hard
Rebecca Pimenta-Blight, CS Talent Acquisition Lead from France, emphasized her love for Lithuania’s greenery and beauty. She was amazed that Lithuanians have so many dishes with potatoes and how delicious they are.
“At the party, I communicated with many foreign colleagues. This cultural exchange is invaluable in helping me understand how to respectfully and effectively engage with people.
break down cultural barriers
SEO Outreach Lead Daniela Chan came to the party from Portugal. During her visit, she found the quiet streets and lack of crowds relaxing. Daniela said it was her first time attending Hostinger Summerfest and it was interesting to see how Lithuanians party.
“Nothing beats meeting people in person. So the highlight was mine bonding Join the team and meet new people. This kind of connection helps break down some cultural barriers and makes it easier to recognize differences that can’t be communicated online. ’” she admits.
As always, this year’s Summerfest was a place to mix cultures, discuss different topics and participate in different activities. Most hosting journals echoed the sentiment that the event exceeded expectations. They loved having the unique opportunity to bond and meet people they had previously only interacted with online.
They also said Summerfest served as a reminder of Hostinger’s appreciation for their hard work and dedication. It was a reminder that I need to find the time to do it. relax and have fun.
Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Do you strive every day to make a difference and like to celebrate when things go well?