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Moskovskaya Vodka producer Amber Beverage Group has opened a brand new workplace in Riga, Latvia.

Amber Beverage Group's Riga office

Amber Beverage Group has moved into a brand new workplace in Riga, Latvia

The brand new workplace is positioned on the fifth flooring of Z-Towers, one of many tallest buildings within the Baltics.

Luxembourg-headquartered Amber Beverage Group stated the brand new workplace had been designed to embody the corporate as a ‘progressive, development-oriented and dynamic’ agency.

The corporate beforehand had two workplaces in Riga, primarily based on the Latvijas balzams distillery.

The design is impressed by the character of the northern area, that includes colors that signify Icelandic moss, oak bark and Baltic amber.

The foyer space of the brand new workplace can be tailored to incorporate a bar for company or casual occasions.

As well as, the positioning contains ‘comfy’ workspaces, particular person seating areas, three assembly rooms and several other open plan workspaces.

“When designing the brand new area, it was necessary for us to contain our staff within the improvement of the workplace idea, with the primary priorities being an ergonomic, comfy and aesthetic work surroundings, in addition to appropriate lighting, acoustics and air flow,” stated Jekaterina Stuģe, CEO of Amber Beverage Group.

“Workers from a number of departments have already began working within the new workplace. Returning to work in workplaces could be very uplifting, though we nonetheless take particular warning in widespread areas.

“We imagine that working within the new surroundings shall be particularly motivating and can deliver us continued success in the long term.”

Final month, Amber Beverage Group noticed natural gross sales increase by 11% last year, boosted by its robust presence within the Baltics.

The group just lately renamed five of its distribution companies to strengthen the agency’s company identification.

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