Spikes Asia - The after party at Indochine

Spikes Awards Nite 9.jpgThe Spikes Asia Festival ended with the awards presentation held at the historic Victoria Concert Hall in Singapore. After the show delegates had a short stroll down to the after-party held at the Indochine Waterfront bar and restaurant overlooking Boat Quay. The party was sponsored by Yahoo! and it was a very classy way to finish up the three-day Festival. Campaign Brief's camera was there...
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