A resident of the village of Novaya Glinka in the Belgorod region, thanks to a social contract, opened her own cafe, the press service of the governor and the government said. For most of her life, the woman lived in the regional center, where there were outlets with coffee beans to take away.
“When we moved to the countryside six years ago, we found that there was no way to indulge in a delicious glass of coffee. Coffee brewed in Tomarovka could be purchased either from vending machines, or at a gas station,” Lyudmila explained.
Belgorodka decided to rectify the situation and opened a cafe on his own in 2017. However, there was almost no money, so the furniture in the establishment was made by hand, and the equipment was rented.
The funds allocated under the social contract made it possible to furnish the establishment with new furniture, to buy a quality brand name sign, to pay part of the rent and to buy a new type of expensive cafe to delight customers. visitors.
The owner of the cafe noted that with the help of the state she was able to maintain low prices for the product, improve the quality of the coffee itself, as well as customer service.
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