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Olga Kochetkova SpatialNote Olga Kochetkova

SpatialNote is Launched in a Public Beta

The SpatialNote team is happy to announce that our 3D note-taking tool is now live in a public beta. Along with the launch of the website and the application, SpatialNote was showcased at the third annual LearnLaunch Conference Across Boundaries at Harvard Business School on January 23-24, 2015.

Approximately a year passed from the conception of the idea to the launch of the functional web-application. This year was filled with hard work, intense discussions, fun times, inspiration and enthusiasm. It’s an important milestone to present SpatialNote to its potential users: educators, students, innovators, spatial thinkers, business people – virtually anyone who is interested in efficient learning and information sharing.

There is still a lot to be done, and we look forward to improving SpatialNote. Each piece of feedback that we got from the early alpha users, the participants of the conference, our friends and families, took SpatialNote one step closer to being a solution that can significantly change the way people think. We invite you to join our journey; a lot of interesting findings are on this path.

Sincerely,

SpatialNote team

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Olga finds her thrill in balancing her life roles and making time to learn new skills. She is addicted to TED videos and can’t go a day without singing. Olga has been a part of this team for over five years. She is here to make sure that the company and its customers hear and understand each other correctly.

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