Com­pa­ny road­trip to Mu­nich to R/Drei In­ter­na­tion­al GmbH

Following the Ruess Group’s opening of a new location in Munich in May 2021, the entire Stuttgart team had long been looking forward to visiting the new office. In addition to the pandemic getting in the way of plans, a relocation in Munich also took place – to a prime location directly at Marienplatz 17, with a view of the FC Bayern Winners’ Balcony.

Vis­it to R/Drei In­ter­na­tion­al GmbH

Last week, it was finally time for the Stuttgart-Munich company outing: The entire Stuttgart staff travelled to Munich by train – the eco-friendly alternative – entertained by amusing train staff with announcements such as “better late than never!”. The Munich team then invited the visitors from Stuttgart to the “Andechser am Dom” and to a very unusual type of city rally, with the help of a 15th century map.

The mood was great despite less than ideal, but at least dry weather. Two brand-new employees joined the event as well. Our expansion is moving ahead rapidly and a few more employment contracts are already in the books. Where will the next company trip take us? A lively discussion about new agency locations covered possibilities ranging from Stockholm all the way to Cape Town.

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