As, probably, always in such cases the company has to translate a huge amount of business and technical documentation, equipment, advertising materials, etc., etc.
Yes, moving business is fussy and troublesome. I would not want to get in the way at such a moment, so I ask questions, catching the seconds when the team is interrupted by the hassle of moving. I offer help, but here just (as, incidentally, by the way!) A new advertising banner is late from the printing house, so the move is postponed for an hour. In the end, we get a very thorough conversation. In the course of which it turns out that there is nothing to regret at all for new settlers at all. Before moving to Hypercube, the company rented an office with a total area of 50 meters. This includes a corridor and toilets. Actually, the room for work was in sight not more than 20-25 "squares". And for this "beauty" the company was laying out a rent of 500-600 dollars per year of rent per square meter.
"We are planning that a team of five people will permanently work in Hypercube, the backbone of which will be the sales director, the head of advertising and public relations, the marketing director," says Vitaly Savenkov, general director of Pharma Sapphire LLC. Thus, the premises in the Hypercube for this company, as, probably, for most others, will become a front-office.
In one of the RAS labs there is a high-precision equipment, working with accuracy to nanometer machines, on which "PharmaSapphire" processes a synthetic single crystal. Sapphire (or, more accurately, "leucosapphire", ie, transparent sapphire), which in strength and other important characteristics is second only to diamond and has practically zero porosity. But even a product from technical ceramics has pores in which the old medicine is clogged. Scientists explain that the old medicine is eaten in the pores of the pump-dispensers so that when you switch from manufacturing one type of medicine to another expensive dispenser, you just have to throw out and buy a new one.