The life of an executive is hectic; from attending meetings to conducting them, productivity ranks the highest in priorities. In a fast-paced world, every little thing makes a difference - even how you use a notebook.
A Quikrite has multiple functions that can help you break the monotony of work. Balance it out.
This has been the guiding principle behind every aspect of Quikrite, be it the pouches, or the perforations, or the refill system. Even the name, Quiknote, was conceived to connote a change of generation. On the one hand, the old, lugubrious notebook and the dowdy impression it wore around its neck, and on the other, this trendy new ‘thing’ that offers oh so much more.
Much like anything analogue, writing has been written off (pun intended) many times. But reports of its demise have been greatly exaggerated, with writing instruments selling in increasing numbers. And consequently, notebooks too. From quirky, branded diaries that corporates painstakingly design to echo their brand personality, to notebooks that try and bridge the gap between the paper and the screen, like the Moleskine Smart Writing collection, writing aficionados are using paper in droves. And making this transformation happen, like a rising phoenix, is the art of writing itself.
In this age of smart people and smarter phones, we can see ourselves being dragged into the virtual world. What seemed technological advancement is now becoming a dependency. So in order to bring back what we have forgotten, William Penn introduces its new brand venture- The Notebook Collection.