COLLABORATION IS THE MASTER KEY TO INNOVATION
REVOLUTIONIZE THE WAY YOU WORK
Our M.C. Squares are personal, dry erase boards designed to get people in to contribute their best ideas using the latest concepts in psychological safety. Simple and approachable, our dry-erase tools instantly turn boring meetings into group brainstorming where individuals feel safe to contribute in a team environment.
CREATED FOR COLLABORATIONThe M.C. Squares system have been developed to democratize meetings by pulling the focus away from the facilitator and empowering everyone in the room to join in the creative collaboration.
M.C. Squares are designed with innovation and collaboration in mind. A system built to reinforce team building and independent work, M.C. Squares collaboration tools were born from the idea that given the right tools, everyone will feel comfortable enough to contribute.
CONTEMPLATE THEN CONTRIBUTE
The entire system is mobile - allowing you to give "homework" to your team to quickly think on their own in their space. Hand out Tablets or Tiles during a meeting and then watch, like magic, the creative juices start to flow like never before.
Simple, effective, beautiful collaboration.
M.C. Squares turn any room into a collaboration hub by democratizing ideation and pulling the focus from the facilitator and into the group.
The non-permanency of dry erase allow us to break down mental barriers that hinder creativity by bringing interaction and communication right to the users hands.
With M.C. Squares, everyone’s ideas are heard, valued, and shared. This sense of self-worth leads to more diverse and innovative discussion.
START COLLABORATING EFFECTIVELY
M.C. Squares products have revolutionized the work place. In this high-tech environment, businesses still consistently use dry-erase boards to collaborate, innovate and refine concepts - but these whiteboards don't effectively facilitate creative thinking and individual contribution. While there are "apps" that attempt to help companies brainstorm and visualize ideas, there is no substitute for sketching your ideas on a dry-erase board.