WE LOVE (ex)YU THRILLS!
OPEN-AIR MUSEUM ON RAILS followed by THE FRENCH CLASS GALA
For over a century, corporate performance has made Crédit Agricole the 10th largest bank in the world: a universal bank, complete, diversified and solid. We were proud to welcome the French world leader in Belgrade – more than 150 top managers from the City of lights gathered in Serbian capital for their annual encounter.
Although history portrays the Yugoslavian dictator Josip Broz Tito as a mild, reluctant autocrat who outlawed political opposition and imprisoned his opponents, there is still much nostalgia for him to be found accross the Yugoslav successor countries, where his rule is remembered as time of peace and overall prosperity.
Our delegates embarked on the world’s most luxurious train of the time, where Yugoslavia’s history had been written and witnessed by Brezhnev, Gadhafi, Nehru, Arafat, Queen Elisabeth II and many more. A train that once carried monarchs and world leaders is in its immaculate original condition, ready for travelers to take a private trip in the President’s private carriage and grasp the very essence of former Yugoslavia.
As the event host to perform the iconic TITO speech we hired professional actor, university professor, inspirational speaker and Serbian celebrity with thirty years of experience on stage and proud student of the legendary Marcel Marceau Institute.
Blue Train Experience
& French Class Gala
Not many people can brag about tasting food created by a Chef that designed plates for Barack Obama, The Rolling Stones, Prince of Whales and numerous Hollywood A-listers and celebrities, but Crédit Agricole managers are now one of them. Our partners in this venture – French Embassy and Square Nine led by Eyck Zimmer – one of the greatest names in modern haute cuisine in the world – brought magic to this lovely matinee, followed by a classy gala right at the heart of Belgrade core.