There’s a trend among creative companies to create a strategy planning or “war” room. This entails painting all the reachable walls with “whiteboard” paint. This is expensive. It takes a specially trained painter to prepare the walls to apply an extremely smooth primer, and then to paint the special paint to be extremely smooth as well. This means expensive labour and expensive materials including an out-of-use room during painting meaning thousands of dollars per room. And no, it is not portable. If your company is one of the rare breeds making millions on technology, you may be able to afford painting a dedicated room. But if you are a cash poor, idea rich start-up, is there a do-it-yourself solution?
We have 2 offerings. The first is a 4 mil PET film, coated on one side with a dry-erase coating, and on the other side with a removable adhesive, to be applied to smooth surfaces such as the back of a door, or a window or the glass of a large picture. The 2nd is a 2 mil PET film coated on one side with a dry-erase coating, and on the other side with a thin white foam, also coated with a removable adhesive. The foam allows the film to be applied to a regularly painted wall or similar type surface, and remain smooth on the write-on surface. Email us if you are interested, we’d be pleased to tell you more.