The first-class cooperation

Date of event: 
Sunday, 10. November 2013

Kazakhstan does have something to surprise the world with. We always knew this.

But the more pleasant it has been for us to hear the same opinion from the head of the global corporation VIP First Class, which represents its clients’ interests in the premium-service segment of tourism.

This event that took place at the Park Resort “Eight Lakes” can be called the event of dual discoveries. The guests discovered tourist facilities for themselves in Kazakhstan, and as for Kazakhstanis, they were getting acquainted with the international cooperation opportunities. Interesting that the initiative of the 1st conference called The Best in Kazakhstan belonged to the global corporation VIP First Class, and it was supported by the interested structures and our business representatives.

During the business section of the conference there were speaking representatives of the Tourism Industry Committee, of the National Agency Kaznex Invest, of the Akimat of Almaty oblast, of the Kazakhstan Tourist Association, all with their numbers and facts. But, the most emotional speech was that of Andre Verrone, the head of the VIP First Class Corporation, when he was addressing the participants. Having discovered Kazakhstan for himself very recently, he was amazed at what he had seen and he shared his idea that our country does have something to astonish the world with. This corporation is introduced in more than 20 countries and represents its clients’ interests in the premium-service segment all over the world, providing them with the opportunity to accomplish tourist and business tours.

Later on, guests of the conference experienced the exclusive time off at the Park Resort “Eight Lakes” themselves: they were engaged in the elite fishing, had cigar conversations, tasted wines. The night under the high starry sky was also divine – they had gala-dinner in the barbeque de luxe style and rich entertainment program.

Thus was initiated the international cooperation in the first class format.

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