College Entrepreneurs Develop Hip, New Organizer


AccessiblesThis week, I was contacted by a very inspiring group of college students from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in Massachusetts who have developed Accessibles, a hip, new way to organize notebooks and planners.

Rui Wang, one of the students in this group of budding entrepreneurs, explained that, “We noticed that lots of people store their thoughts chronologically and subsequently made etched-metal monthly tabs to let you control how you organize…”

If you’d like to support youthful innovation, initiative, and entrepreneurship, you can grab your very own set of Accessibles here: Plus, you’ll find out more details and see more pics.

The cost is $15, and as this is their first round of production, the product is available in limited numbers until TOMORROW, 15 October.

I’m sure you’ll join me in wishing Rui and crew all the best! And personally, as an entrepreneur myself, I’m happy that I can be counted as one of their very first paying customers.


3 thoughts on “College Entrepreneurs Develop Hip, New Organizer

  • November 1, 2010 at 4:03 am

    No offense, but for 70cents I can create my own tabs for any organizing needs I may have.

    Steel tabs? What has to be organized into eternity with steel tabs?

  • November 3, 2010 at 11:26 am

    Well, Carmella – I gotta agree with you there. I just like to support young entrepreneurs.

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