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Biz After Hours: A very successful cocktail party
Biz After Hours, in its national and regional versions, is designed for members of the Chamber and guests in general, and is a pleasant and opportune occasion to present their new products and services,

and to meet new clients as well.
The president of VenAmCham, Imelda Cisneros, preceded this event, as well as Antonio Herrera, the Chamber’s Vice President and General Manager, and Alba Castro, Member Attention Services Manager, who offered a warm welcome to all the participants, among which we shared with members of the Executive Board and other special guests. This one-of-a-kind evening was held in Quinta La Esmeralda, with the participation of presenter María Laura García as the event’s hostess.
Saxophone player and jazz musician Víctor Cuica delighted the crowd with the magic and prestige of sax music, interpreting a wonderful repertoire of well-known themes.
Talented fashion designer Patricia Santa Cruz, winner of the designer award The Golden Daedalus, made an impression on the audience who enjoyed a varied fashion show of items that were hand-painted by the renowned artist Denny Nava.
This collection was accompanied by many items from the famous Casablanca fashion house and the participation of two-piece high couture of designer Gianni Straccia, thus affirming Venezuelan talent more once!

By Luisa Osorio
Special to The Journal
Photos by José Antonio León

 

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