Staff Reporters
Sep 18, 2017

Eye on Events: YouTube pool party, Singapore

YouTube's party at the All That Matters conference in Singapore was an inflatable-heavy affair.

Tom Jay Williams, glitter and smoke machines: the YouTube pool party.
Tom Jay Williams, glitter and smoke machines: the YouTube pool party.

YouTube's pool party at All That Matters, Asia's sports, media and entertainment conference, took place at the Ritz Carlton Singapore on 12 September.

Open to conference VIPs and invited guests only, the event was attended by some 300 people who enjoyed free drinks, snacks and inflatable unicorns, plus music from Australian pop artist Tom Jay Williams and Singapore’s DJ Nomsta. 

 

Left to right: Ruuben van den Heuvel, head of music content partnerships at YouTube
and Google Play; Dom Lau, presenter for Asia Pop 40 and E! News Asia; Adam Smith,
VP of product management at YouTube

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