The "Philip Morris" company in Ukraine together with the DTF agency organized 5 social spaces with work zones in Kyiv, Odesa and Lviv.
This was reported by the company's press service.
Social spaces are equipped with generators and starlinks, so you can warm up there, recharge your devices, as well as work and drink hot tea. "Spheres of light" will be open until December 30 and can simultaneously accommodate about 100 people each.
"We work for a large international company that has offices and stores in many cities of Ukraine. Like all Ukrainians, we look for communication during blackouts, sit in shelters during alarms and worry if we cannot contact our relatives. We we believe that steel companies can help survive a blackout together. That's why we organized autonomous stations with electricity, Internet and heat so that everyone can warm up, work, drink tea and stay in touch with their loved ones," said Dmytro Zinchenko, general director of Philip Morris Sales and Distribution LLC.
According to him, since the first days of launch, social spaces have been very popular among city residents and "rescue" in very unexpected situations.
"During a blackout, employees of various companies often set up a visiting office at our place. In Odesa, for example, during an emergency shutdown, girls from a nearby nail salon moved to the field. And in Kyiv, our space even became a place for a marriage ceremony," added Zinchenko.
"Spheres of light" are divided into several zones, which will allow people who came to work and warm up and recharge their phones to feel as comfortable as possible.
Addresses of social spaces:
1. Lesya Ukrainka Square, 1 - Central Election Commission.
2. Contract area (near the Ferris wheel).
1. Suvorovsky District - Park of Enthusiasts, Akademika Zabolotny 66/2.
2. Kyiv district - Square Luch, Levitana 95a.
1. str. Vinnychenka 24 - Powder tower.