Do you know in which area many companies waste paper? Meetings and brainstorming sessions. Printed agendas, flip charts full of ideas for the future and scribbled notes account for a lot of waste. There are many benefits to going paperless, from saving resources to protecting security. However, there are also many benefits to writing things down, from processing information to collaborating in teams. We got you covered.
We want to provide people and companies with the tools to make sustainable choices for our planet. We do this with a wide range of erasable notebooks and products for a paperless office, including reusable flip charts, stick-on whiteboard sheets, erasable sticky notes and more to come!
The most important step is to just get started. Are you ready to make the switch?
For every Bambook product you buy, we plant a tree at the Bambook planting site in Madagascar. In this way, we contribute to a sustainable future. The trees are planted by Eden Projects at the Bambook planting site in Madagascar in an area where there is a dire need for reforestation. Through this project, we also create employment opportunities for local communities and help rebuild the ecosystem.
A paperless office is not only environmentally friendly, it’s also more cost effective as you don’t have to repeatedly purchase paper sheets for your flipchart, for example. You can continually reuse our products, meeting after meeting.
Just think about all that time lost collating the output from a meeting. Time that could be spent on more productive tasks. With the free Bambook app that is compatible with all Bambook products, you can scan and store your notes and meeting output in a central location and easily share it with other team members.
Not only are paper sheets, flip charts and sticky notes wasteful, but they can also cause potential security issues. Sensitive information is often discussed during meetings and confidential notes can easily be compromised. Due to the erasable nature of our products, you start every meeting with a clean slate and instead of putting sensitive papers through the paper shredder you just wipe it down. Easy as that!