It’s not only difficult for Russian specialists older than 45 to find a good job because of implicit age restrictions, which is a well-known fact; but even when they find one, they often feel strangers in the office feast of life. We are convinced: to modern office all ages yield, surrender — you need just to know how to arrange space “both for pioneers and for retirees.” Read about it in the author’s column of Artem Panteleev, Business Development Director at Gint-M in Vedomosti gazette.
Neither eloquent advertising nor the word of mouth will give you more information about a business center, than office toilets. The old Soviet joke that “a lavatory pan is hostess’ face” very accurately characterizes today’s realities: it is the toilets that showcase the real rather than “documented” class of an office facility. What is “toilet marketing?” Can WCs influence the demand for a given facility? And how is it possible to structurally overcome perennial queues in front of the powder room? Read about it in the author’s column of Artem Panteleev, Business Development Director of Gint-M!
“Nine lives of things” and “green technologies” call the shots in the new office realm. This trend has become so dominant in three recent years that recycled materials are used to create workspaces, while bottles, barrels and palettes are used to produce finishing materials, furniture and décor items. Business Development Director of Gint-M Group Artem Panteleev told the OfficeNEXT resource about an office from recycled stuff.
Gint-M has completed the construction and fit-out of the second phase of an office for Servier – international pharmaceutical company. Gint-M has performed an entire range of general construction works, including the design of MEP systems as well as works on feeble current systems, UNK Project serving as an architect for this project.
FunCorp is an international company, its head office located in Limassol, Cyprus. FunCorp is engaged in the development of entertainment services, the key one being the UGC-application iFunny which cracked the top 10 youth apps in the U.S. market.
Another office for this IT developer opened in 2018 at 5, Lesnaya str., bld. B, White Square business center, Moscow. The interior was designed by Offcon Architects, with general contractor being the building firm Gint-M. One of the client’s key wishes was creating a homelike workspace.
Just yesterday you rented office space in a building overlooking one of Moscow’s old alleys, but today you move beyond the Ring Road (MKAD).
Your employees are not happy, to put it mildly, and design “Paris-styled remonstrations” against their boss. How can you convince the team that working outside the center is not only a legitimate, but also a fashionable option?
Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev narrates on this topic in his author’s column.
Business centers, mixed-use schemes and hotels are getting increasingly denizen-friendly, doing their best to lure “people from the street” at least for 15 minutes.
Why? Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev answers this question for UrbanLook resource.
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Gint-M recently delivered the Digital Leadership Center SAP project, with the total area of 3,000 sq. m. The Center is quartered in Moscow Krasnye Kholmy office cluster and meant for various events, meetings with the company’s partners and clients as well as a display of new equipment and technological solutions.
The international company Align Technology, known for its innovations in dentistry and orthodontia, is also famous in HR circles for strong corporate culture pivoted on the care for employees, their comfort and well-being. This general attitude is certainly reflected in the company’s corporate interiors where all features are thought out to minutest detail. One can feel that it is this attitude that motivates the employees to give their best effort and achieve truly revolutionary results.