Back to the office in Kyiv. Renovation.
We worked remotely for a whole year because of russia’s war of aggression. In March 2022, our office was hit by a blast wave, employees scattered all over the country, and some even went abroad. Today, a year later, we would like to share the good news. We returned to our office 😀
Getting back to the office
We worked remotely for a whole year because of russia’s war of aggression. In March 2022, our office was hit by a blast wave, employees scattered all over the country, and some even went abroad.
In March 2023, we decided to return to the office to grow faster, communicate more easily, synchronize and develop.
Fortunately, our office was not seriously damaged. And our management company quickly removed the destruction: we had our windows replaced, and doors and walls repaired. New blinds were hung.
Cool stuff for work and leisure:
We ordered new furniture and filled the office with someitems for work and leisure:
- An excellent coffee machine with cocoa and latte. A gongfu teapot for puerh
- A dishwasher, a microwave, a fridge, and a grill for sandwiches
- A raclette grill and a hookah for office parties
- A projector, a TV, an Xbox and some board games for relaxation
We are trying to organise the workspace in such a way that you can work productively and relax no less productively.
We are creating a barrier-free environment so that you can stay and chill out in the evening if you don’t have any personal plans. When families get separated because of the war, and someone is doing military service, someone’s wife has had to go abroad, and someone’s friends have left Kyiv, — this greeting is essential.
We have created a corner with war artifacts in the office
We have laid out spent shell casings that the military gave us in return for our donations. We have also posted a thank-you note from the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, signed by Kyrylo Budanov.