Environment and sustainability have gotten a lot of attention in recent years, and donating for reuse instead of throwing, and buying used instead of new, is trendy like never before! A major player in the Norwegian recycling market is NLM Gjenbruk. They have a total of 35 recycling shops from south to north in Norway. They are all run entirely by volunteers - and almost all stores have digital bulletin boards!
Through generations, the family business, Eidesvik Deep Sea Fishing at Bømlo, Norway, has been built up through fishing and fish-farming. We had the pleasure of visiting them in the fall. Then it was still crowded on their premises, and coronavirus was something none of us had even heard of. Now they are of course experiencing different days, like all of us, but they report that things are going relatively well.
In the fight against COVID-19, we want to help in any way we can. We offer free use of PinToMind for projects and departments that have been established to fight the Novel Coronavirus. We encourage the use of our mobile app, PinToMind Go, both for phones and on PC. Also, see if your central health department is offering information that you easily can display on your public screens.
On the Christian High School at Haugalandet in Norway, they have used PinToMind* actively for many years. They were so pleased with this, that when they moved to a brand new building outside of Haugesund last fall, they upgraded to several more, centrally located information screens.
Facebook tightens the enforcement of the rules regarding who can retrieve content from Facebook pages. From the 10th of December you have to have admin-rights for all pages that you want to display on PinToMind.
The PinToMind digital signage solution is under constant development, and now, our mobile app, PinToMind Go, has gotten more features! We have published user statistics, a new image-post and the ability to share photos directly from Photos in iOS.