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We were founded in 2012 with the ambition of making collaboration better for the world’s educators, learners, and presenters. Originating in Belfast, DisplayNote now has a globally distributed team and offices in both Northern Ireland and Spain...and we have exciting plans to grow our global footprint!
Our collaboration solutions are used in more than 200,000 classrooms and meeting spaces worldwide. Our education screen sharing tools help create active-learning environments where students are more engaged and able to contribute back to the class. They also help teachers stay mobile and have greater flexibility in the classroom.
Having started in the EdTech sector, we have also expanded our solutions into the meeting room space, creating innovative software to simplify the meeting experience.
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