Engaging Billionaire: CEO honored 6,400 staff with a holiday in France
Some bosses really deserve respect and Richard Branson is not alone.
Owner of a huge Chinese company lead with himself 6,400 of his employees on a 4-day vacation in France, reserving 140 hotels in the capital Paris, and more than 4,700 hotel rooms on the Côte d’Azur. Chinese tourists landed in France with 84 aircraft, and for their transport were hired 146 buses.
Employees of Tiens Group, the company headed by Li Jinyuan, is the largest tourist group that ever has visited France. The trip includes a private viewing of the Louvre Museum and a visit to the Moulin Rouge. Luxury department store Galeries Lafayette closed their doors to other buyers, so Chinese tourists can go through the stands and see products with ease.
During the excursion, Chinese tourists entered the Guinness Book of Records as they wrote on the beach in Nice the longest phrase made by people – “Tiens’ dream is Nice in the Cote d’Azur”.
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It is estimated that about 4 days, the group will spend about 13 million euros.