Have you heard of CES?
It’s the largest and most influential technology event on the planet. The international conference has been drawing innovative companies from around the world for the past 50 years—and has become the global stage for breakthrough technologies.
One hundred and seventy-five industry leaders, pioneering thinkers, and rising stars will be there exploring the future of innovation, speaking on bleeding-edge tech, and launching the next generation of amazing products.
Hamelin Brands Inc. is excited to be attending this year’s event. Please stop by and see us at Booth 45253 (in the Family Tech section), where we will not only be demonstrating hamelin’s fantastic new notebooks but also be releasing a brand NEW and EXCITING range of products.
We invite you to also join us on January 9th at 3:30 pm, where our own Giulia Giovanelli, President of Hamelin Brands Inc; North America will be presenting on a panel with several other noteworthy companies.
This panel, “Firing on All Sensors,” is focused on bridging the gap between the digital and analog worlds. There have been many debates and research conducted on what is better for students' success: using a laptop or handwriting your notes. Giulia will discuss how there is a place for both digital and analog tools in the classroom and how hamelin has developed innovative, exciting and valuable analog and digital tools that work together for the betterment of educational success.
Hamelin is also excited to be sponsoring The Young Innovators to Watch Scholarship Program, which awards scholarships to students from middle school through college for their brilliant ideas—original tech projects, inventions, or discoveries that display forward-thinking technologies.
Judges determine the winners based on viability, entrepreneurial vision, and social good, and winners are invited to attend CES 2020 for an awards presentation and tour.
We’ll feature the finalists on our website—so be sure to stay tuned for stories of some incredibly bright minds!
We sent some hamelin samples to tech writer Andrew George and we’re pretty stoked on his review.
Andrew, who is a fan of Rocketbook’s reusable technology admitted that both the Wave and the Everlast are lacking in the writing feel department. And that’s where hamelin notebooks shine.
Yes, notebooks are ideal for taking classroom notes—but they can also be used to boost your productivity, soothe your spirit and nurture your creativity outside the classroom.
Here are the 9 best ways to use a notebook beyond the classroom in 2019.