What to put on memo boards?
As memo boards have been adopted into different aspects of everyday life, their range of uses has expanded. A memo board is perfect for communal areas where everyone can see it, and they’re great for sending messages, promoting ideas, or creating to-do lists. For example, a personal memo board in your kitchen is an easy way to create shopping lists, make a note of upcoming events, plan the week ahead, create fun drawings, or tell your flatmates to stop stealing your milk. Furthermore, a cork notice board is a great way to display pictures and memorabilia, without the need for frames.
In the workplace, a whiteboard can be an effective way of spreading a company message without having to compose multiple emails or rely on them being read. A cork memo board can be a great way of making people aware of local events with pin-up posters or flyers, while you can write motivational messages on magnetic chalkboards to boost morale and keep everyone entertained throughout the week. Equally, a large memo board can work wonders for brainstorming sessions and pitch meetings – they’re a great way to collate ideas and business memos.