Friday, May 22, 2015

Chinese Billionaire Gives 6,400 Employees a Vacation in France

 If there would be a prize for best boss in the world it would go to Li Jinyuan. He is the chairman of China's Tiens Group Company. This leader celebrated the company's 20th anniversary by treating 6,400 employees to a vacation in France.

The people arrived in Paris on May 6th with 84 commercial airplanes. They made their way to the 4,700 rooms booked around 140 hotels around France. They went to see the Eiffel Tower and even got to have a private tour at the Louvre museum in France. They also watched a show at the world famous Moulin Rouge. On Saturday the group went to relax at hotels in Cannes and Monaco. They shopped at a mall exclusively jut opened for their group of people. Then they headed in the Promenade De Anglair in nice and managed to spell the phrase "Tiens Dream is Nice In Cote D'Azur". They also beat the Guiness World Record for longest sentence spelled by humans.  

 Christian Mantel, which was the tourist agency for the whole trip said that the CEO spent about 15 million USD during the four day visit. He says that the employees spent 5 million USD in total on shopping items.

 Planning for this trip began in December when they were waiting for the 20th anniversary of the company. The CEO says that in the future he would like to do the same for London or Rome. We cannot wait to see what this company will do for the 25th anniversary.

The Tiens Group is a company that mainly operates in biotechnology, logistics, finance, property, international trade, retail, e-business, education, and tourism. The company was founded in 1995 and was founded by the man who gave everybody their vacation Lin Jinyuan. The company's headquarters are located in the small city of Tianjin.
My opinion is that it is very cool that this multimillionaire CEO gave this amazing vacation  to his employees. I hope he does it again in the future and cant wait to see what he will do for the 25th or 30th anniversary. I think this is really amazing and sympathetic from the CEO.

By Leo 5/22/2015 10:04 AM Fri

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