Oranjestad — Deloitte Dutch Caribbean hosted its annual social mixer at Tierra del Sol recently, entertaining distinguished clients, guests and colleagues to celebrate the successful conclusion of its fiscal year.
This year’s mixer had a special culture and arts theme. Working with UNOCA, the Museum Foundation of Aruba and Nos Cosecha, a foundation celebrating Aruban Craft Design & Heritage, Deloitte Dutch Caribbean invited local artists and artisans to display their creations for party-goers to admire.
The gardens of Tierra del Sol were transformed into an open air art gallery, as guests had the opportunity to interact with the artists, including Cado Delannoy, Eliza Lejuez, Mo Mohammed, Amany, Vanessa Paulina, Maria Onni and Armanda Goedgedrag, as well as Deloitte’s Audit, Consulting, Enterprise Risk Services, Financial Consulting and Tax experts, all while enjoying cocktails and butler passed hors d’oeuvres. To cap off the evening, Natusha Croes recited an incredible poem about change. Deloitte Dutch Caribbean was honored to partner with UNOCA and help realize the foundation’s goal of integrating the local culture and art movement into the private sector.
Deloitte is pleased to be the leader in the market, with the company’s expert enterprise risk team, busy, helping keep a cyber secure Aruba. The informal party under the stars was nicely catered by Tierra del Sol’s banqueting team, while a live band provided excellent live music. Many of the pictures taken at the party may be viewed on Deloitte Dutch Caribbean’s Facebook page.
Special thanks go to all the artists who participated, as well as Indra Zaandam, for helping make the event possible.