Bikablo’s school project

Posted on: 24. January 2020

Today, we have some very special guests: the team of bikablo® macht Schule (literally translates as bikablo goes school) is visiting the Neuland headquarters. And since this is a rare occasion, we just couldn’t resist to grill them about their project, particularly if it’s such an interesting topic. In a nutshell, Sandra, Silvia, Christian, Frank and Karl are visiting schools to show teachers and students how to use visualization for teaching and studying. But the experts can explain it way better, so enjoy the interview we prepared for you! 🙂

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Pimp it up – It’s sticker time!

Posted on: 10. October 2019

Let’s take a post card, gift tag, sketchbook, or something else made out of paperlike material and create something wonderful. How? We’ll show you! Continue reading

BuJo seminar throwback

Posted on: 7. October 2019

…  And how did you like Heidrun and Nicole’s Bullet Journaling seminar?

– Well, if it was that easy to put it into words without talking about it for a whole day. Alright, for you, I’ll try. 🙂 Continue reading

Finally – the Charterobe® is here!

Posted on: 26. September 2019

We’ve been working on it meticulously but it was worth it. ‘Cause now we are finally able to introduce you to our new Charterobe®. You can’t imagine what that is? That’s probably because it’s one of a kind … Continue reading

Drawn to help in Benin

Posted on: 16. September 2019

In July, Nicolas Verdot travelled to Benin to familiarize the people living there with visualization techniques. In collaboration with the Institute of Cultural Affairs Benin (ICA), he held a one-week workshop to introduce the participants to the work as facilitator. Nicolas focused the workshop on women’s rights, as this topic lies close to his heart and women in Africa to this day have a completely different status than most of us know it from our home countries. Even sadder that only few women were able to attend. But despite the fact that mainly men participated in Nicolas’ workshop, the participants were able to achieve considerable progress in only a short amount of time. And now, the rookie facilitators are on their mission to create space for communication in Benin and Africa and they are supporting not only women’s rights but also topics like education, water accessibility and many more. Continue reading