Thanks. Danke. Merci. Grazie.

Thanks. Danke. Merci. Grazie.

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By the end of September 2018, my last day of work for a payment service processor ended. It was a tough decision to leave behind a great team and safe environment to face a new challenge. The chance to work with cutting-edge technologies and products convince me to take the opportunity. I leave with love and respect for the past years. I think the best occasion to part ways if there is nothing left to remove for a working solution.

“Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” - Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Thank you SIX Front office in Biel/Bienne. I will miss you all. To new horizons and experiences (above picture by Anja Osenberg)!

I tend not to keep farewell cards in my household. I have always lost my stuff in past relocations. This time I digitise it to keep the memory of the nice co-workers I worked with.

The cover with an artistic interpretation of my first name.


Don’t mind the typos in the farewell greetings :smile:. Vinh is an unfamiliar name for Europeans. I guessed Le Mappeur left an impression with the worst Goodbye-Apéro ever (no catering, due to the negligence of the caterer).

farewell greetings
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