There is one wonderful place in Moscow, which is called the “business park”. This is Krylatsky hills – an office project where many successful companies operate. British American Tobacco Russia is also based there. Employees of the company do not drive Mercedes of the latest brands (as it might seem, the company is still serious), but get to the office on ordinary minibuses from the Krylatskoye metro station. British American Tobacco Russia’s office neighbors are more than pleasant – the Russian representative offices of Microsoft, Johnson And Johnson and Sun InBev are also located in Krylatsky hills.
Here’s an aerial view of an office: Continue reading
Fast Food with Russian Food
Perhaps some of you remember that in the Soviet Union there was also fast food. Only hot dogs and hamburgers were not sold there, but sandwiches and dumplings, and such establishments were called “Snacks”. Admittedly, they enjoyed good popularity. What prevents to open a similar Russian fast food now? The cost of producing sandwiches, dumplings, soups, pancakes and our other native food is very low, and you can set up an institution quite modestly, without restaurant decor and frills.
Be sure to attend such a fast food will be no less than Burger King or McDonald’s, or even more often. After all, the price of one lunch at McDonald’s will be equal to two, or maybe three dinners in a Russian diner. Continue reading