Friday, December 7th, 2012

Rhodia Best Seller: The Meeting Book

Stephanie

One of my personal favorites, I’ve always loved the  6×8″ meeting book for its size, double spiral, bright white paper, and sectioned layout. Invented by a CEO for his own use, this notebook is designed to be an all-in-one record of meeting discussions, decisions & action items. Easy to review at a glance, with space for action items and room to organize notes on the side, it’s the optimal tool for efficient meetings.

  • Black or signature Rhodia orange cover options
  • Pre-printed pages: Date + Notes + Action
  • 2 Sizes: 6 ½ x 8 ¼” & 9 x 11 ¾”
  • 80 sheets (160 pages) of Rhodia extra white lined 80g paper.
  • Card covers are coated & waterproof
  • Double wire binding – never snags
  • Micro-perforated sheets for easy and clean removal

Do you use one of our Meeting Books? If not, might this be a good item to add to your holiday gift list?


8 thoughts on “Rhodia Best Seller: The Meeting Book

  1. My “meeting book” is a cheapo spiralbound Mead notebook, BUT . . . the wire spiral is covered by a fabric bit. Personally, I have a strong dislike for wirebound notebooks and the only reason I use this Mead is because the spiral is covered up.

  2. My “meeting book” is a cheapo spiralbound Mead notebook, BUT . . . the wire spiral is covered by a fabric bit. Personally, I have a strong dislike for wirebound notebooks and the only reason I use this Mead is because the spiral is covered up.

  3. I bought the rhodia meeting book while on holiday in France. I’m sure everyone wanders around stationery shops when they are on holiday.
    I use it for one particular committee that I chair. It’s excellent for keeping track of the main points and actions. As usual the paper is a joy to write on.

  4. I bought the rhodia meeting book while on holiday in France. I’m sure everyone wanders around stationery shops when they are on holiday.
    I use it for one particular committee that I chair. It’s excellent for keeping track of the main points and actions. As usual the paper is a joy to write on.

  5. Well, I use the black webbies as meeting books: I’m a lawyer, and at first, I used yellow notepads. but then I realised, I have all those notes, that I never file anyway, and they just get lost in my office. So 4 years ago I changed my system: I now use a webnotebook for all my meetings. Once a webbie is full, I number it and mark it with the dates it contains. If I need to review notes, I look up the relevent webbie – and I’m good!
    My Black Books have become somewhat of a brand name in the office – “can you look it up in your books, please?”

  6. Well, I use the black webbies as meeting books: I’m a lawyer, and at first, I used yellow notepads. but then I realised, I have all those notes, that I never file anyway, and they just get lost in my office. So 4 years ago I changed my system: I now use a webnotebook for all my meetings. Once a webbie is full, I number it and mark it with the dates it contains. If I need to review notes, I look up the relevent webbie – and I’m good!
    My Black Books have become somewhat of a brand name in the office – “can you look it up in your books, please?”

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