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    We're not Business to Customer, or Business to Business, we're Business to Human :)


    All we needed was a space to write down ideas, but papers got lost, whiteboards were too bulky, and dry erase paints were too expensive. Most people use large writing spaces for collaboration and expansive ideation, but the current solutions are limited. 

    "At Think Board, we created a space to write down ideas and take action on them. I started Think Board in my dorm room as a sophomore at Babson College, and it has now turned into my post-grad full-tim job.  My goal as an entrepreneur is to show young entrepreneurs around the world that this all is VERY within reach, and that you too can go out and reach it." - Hanson 


    And that is where Think Board comes in.  


    Our vision at Think Board is to provide students, innovators and entrepreneurs with a new thinking space, by allowing them to turn any existing surface into a dry erase canvas for creativity!



    About the Founder

    Hanson Grant - Age 22

    Describe your product in 3 words.

    On Demand Creativity

    Where did you get the inspiration for your product?


    It started out in a dorm room at Babson College. All Grant needed was a space to write down business ideas and stay organized from week to week; however, papers got lost, whiteboards were too bulky, and dry erase paint was too expensive. So Think Board was born - a clear dry erase film that is easy to install, looks beautiful, and wont reach too deep into your pockets .


    What differentiates your product from similar products out there?


    Think Board is clear, which separates us from any other whiteboard on the market. Think Board will blend in with any surface you put it on, whether a desk, door, colored wall, or stainless steel refrigerator. Second, Think Board is removable - it will not peel the paint off your wall or leave any sticky residue behind!


    Tell us about the best and most challenging parts of the creation process.


    The best part of creating Think Board was seeing the impact in local communities. We see Think Boards in offices, playrooms, classrooms, dorm rooms, and even on the side of food trucks! The most challenging part of creating Think Board was coming up with a right layering of adhesives and coatings to provide the highest quality product for the lowest price on the market.






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