To complement the trademark notebooks and pens, Moleskine offers the smart writing set, a tool you can use to take handwritten notes from your notebook digital.
In our increasingly digital society, we still like a pen and paper note. The popular Moleskine was established 20 plus years ago in Milan, Italy to bring back the beautiful notebooks artists and scholars of the past used. Their trademark product is made with rounded corners, ivory-colored pages, elastic closure for privacy and a bookmark ribbon to keep your place; in addition, there’s an expandable back pocket to keep loose papers or tickets.
To complement the trademark Moleskine notebooks and pens, the company offers bags, luggage, device accessories and the smart writing set, a tool you can use to take handwritten notes from your notebook digital. Just write on the pages of the paper tablet with the smart pen included with the set, and your notes are instantly digitized so they can be edited, transcribed and organized on any electronic device. And their customers love it!
Paolo (pow-loh) Cravedi (cra-ved-ee), president of Moleskine America, says the notebooks have found an audience with men and women of all ages, but their niche is a business audience and creative class that love the professional look and feel of Moleskine notebooks and planners. With the company’s growth as a global brand, Paolo (pow-low) said they realized their customer base was embracing digital, so they created an innovative line of new products and an app. See all products at moleskine.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.