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August 2017

7 Steps To More Effective And Creative Brainstorming

Creative ideas don’t just appear out of nowhere — any executive standing at the front of a boardroom trying to lead an effective brainstorming session can tell you that. Different people require varied times, places, and spaces to come up with… Continue Reading →

Offline vs Online: How Secure Are Your Ideas?

Technology is constantly evolving, and in order to stay competitive and keep attracting top talent, it’s important to constantly reevaluate the way that you share information and keep your employees engaged. Yes, it is important to stay on trend when… Continue Reading →

Why Innovation In The Corporate Workplace Isn’t Easy (and how Stormboard can help)

Creating a culture of innovation, and integrating new ideas and technologies into your everyday process is the key to the survival of your business. According to an article in Entrepreneur, innovation is an “absolutely vital aspect of survival and success,”… Continue Reading →

Don’t Kill Creativity: Why Creative Businesses Are More Successful

Nurturing creativity rather than killing it is an integral part of keeping your team happy and running a successful business. And that’s not just our opinion. Inc. has written multiple articles on the importance of creativity in the workplace. In… Continue Reading →

Stormboard Can Help Your Company Grow By Facilitating Remote Work

Can remote work help your company grow and make your employees more productive? According to an article on CNET, a report put out by the Gallup’s State of the American Worker concluded that “from 2012 to 2016, the percentage of… Continue Reading →

Stormboard Extends All Educational Plans Once More!

Stormboard values new generations, and what better way than extending our FREE Education Plans until December 31st, 2017! Our Education Plan is designed for teachers from all over the world to use Stormboard in their classrooms, we are proud to support… Continue Reading →

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