Russia's war against Ukraine changed the life of studio founder Valentin Dorofeev for the second time. Because in 2014 he was forced to leave his native Donetsk for Kyiv. While still a student, he and his family fled the shelling and have never been to Donetsk since the beginning of Russia's military aggression.
“Once a shell hit the house where my grandparents lived in Donetsk and the windows of the house flew out. They are lucky to have survived. ”
And now he was forced to leave everything for the second time and leave Kyiv.
“The specifics of my profession in long-term investments, there is no room for error, because orders come from recommendations, and the implementation period of projects is very long. It takes a lot of time and effort to build a successful business. And that's all I've worked hard on for the last 8 years in one day.
Currently, all studio projects are frozen indefinitely. So B-Place is looking for new customers and new contracts. Currently, all employees are relatively safe and ready to work. And 20% of the profits will be transferred to the needs of the Armed Forces.