The streets of Kharkov, one of the EURO 2012 host cities, were orange due to the hundreds of Dutch football fans that came to support Oranje (the national Dutch football team). Only one of the largest squares in Europe, the Liberty Square with the area of 11.9 acres, was able to accommodate 6,000 fans, and that is why it was chosen as a Dutch fan zone where more than 10,000 liters of beer were drunk before the match between the Netherlands and Germany. Armin van Buuren played live just near the Daxx's office to create an unforgettable atmosphere for those who wore orange colors.
Daxx IT Staffing was happy to welcome 12 clients from the Netherlands that came to the Ukraine to meet with their remote software developers and support Oranje. Together with Daxx's employees, the clients participated in the orange parade from the Liberty square to the Metalist stadium.