Award winning Nicola Walters launches new organisational venture.
Award winning Scottish female entrepreneur, Nicola Walters has launched her latest business venture, onits.
onits are dry-wipe, reusable magnetic notes that are perfect for brainstorms, workshops, personal planning, idea generation, strategy building, reminders, shopping lists, or even just for leaving notes on a fridge.
As an experienced business trouble-shooter with a deep understanding of how people work effectively, Nicola designed onits as both a sustainable and fun tool designed to improve personal organisation and collective working.
“I see onits as the tool I always wished I had!” explains Nicola. “My lightbulb moment occurred in 2015 when I had three months to plan my own wedding. I trawled the internet to find a tool that could help me with the management of guests, seating plans and so on. I started using sticky notes on a wall but they would just fall off. I wouldn’t dare open a window for fear my plan would literally fly out of it. I searched the market for an alternative solution – something that would stick to a wall, was fun, colourful, engaging and re-useable to avoid waste. I never found that solution so I created onits”.
With a career background helping large corporations resolve organisational challenges through effective teamwork and planning, Nicola could see the vast range of potential uses for onits from major project planning and global business workshops to personal goal setting, event planning and family note sharing.
Did you know, a meeting room that uses 2 packs of paper sticky notes a day can consume over 129,600 in 3 years! A single pack of 200 onits will do the same job. An investment that many are saying is well worth it:
“We used the onits for our brainstorming sessions. These reusable notes help to avoid an additional consumption of paper and are in line with the environment-friendly trend of the moment. onits have a great look, are colourful and stick well. I recommend this innovative solution in the workplace and hope companies will integrate more sustainable solutions on a day to day basis.”