I Performed At Vivis Luxe Laser’s Grand Opening

Vivis Luxe Laser Launch Party Millicent and Vivianne

One of the joys of the Natwest Accelerator programme is the people that you get to know when participating on it. We’re all from different industries and backgrounds, yet we share the passion for what we do and the drive to accomplish more. Seeing others take the step that they really wanted to take, and that they joined the programme for, is inspiring. Being able to participate in the celebration of their achievements, even more so!

That’s why I was delighted when Vivienne, founder of Vivis Luxe Laser, asked me to perform at her grand opening towards the end of September. It was a nice and friendly event in which guests had the chance to share, celebrate and learn more about the company.

We could see the installations, equipment and products that they use. Vivienne also demonstrated some of the procedures and services that the company offers, divided on laser hair removal and hydrafacials.

It was very interesting! One thing is to hear someone talk about what they do on the Natwest Accelerator programme. Another entirely is seeing them in action.

After that, the time came for the food, the drinks and the music. The small location made for a nice and cosy performance that went quite well!

Tina, another fellow Natwest Accelerator programme participant, was in charge of the photography. Between her great management of light and Vivienne’s top quality skin treatments, everybody looked radiant. You can see more of Tina’s work on her website, Capture 24.

Sharing my music in the context of people succeeding is the best feeling in the world. I wish Vivienne, Tina and the other participants of the programme all the best. You can bet I’ll keep an eye on their business after my third and last cycle on the Natwest Accelerator programme ends in a couple of months. After all, human connection is what makes business meaningful and worth it.

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