Product Spotlight: Business Weekly Planner

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Business is the “Mini Me” version of our most popular weekly planner, the Minister.  There is some American pedigree in the Minister; it was developed for Coca-Cola by Quo Vadis in the 1950s.  60 years later and it’s still going strong.

Business is a handy pocket planner. It measures 4″ x 5 7/8″ or 10 x 15 cm. It includes major North American civic and religious holidays, popular observances and moon phases.

The Business features one week on two pages.  The highlighted week in the current month appears in a calendar on the upper right page.  Also noted is the current quarter of the year, and the number of the week.  This is very helpful if you need to plan or calculate based on 52 weeks.

Other features include:

-Anno-Planning – a year’s layout on two pages for current and following year

-8 AM-9 PM daily appointment boxes

-Daily Priority box

-Dashboard of weekly tasks & activities: Call, Email, Write, To-Do, Pay-Receive. (You can also customize this dashboard to meet your own needs)

-Tear-off corner opens to week in progress

-Sewn signatures for greater strength and stability.  The planner can stand up to the daily commute

-Address and notes insert

Business is light and discreet, and and a good pocket jotter to quickly note appointments, reminders and tasks. It can travel with you everywhere and keep you on track.

We have five (5) Business planners to give away to Quo Vadis Blog readers to test drive.  Sign up to enter here. Please do so by Monday, October 13, 2014. The winners will be notified the next day on the blog.  We maintain a very strict privacy policy on submissions – names and emails are not available to anyone, and the Google Doc is destroyed after the contest ends. If you would prefer to enter via email, please write to me – – with Business Test Drive in the subject line.  Good luck!

Current Business users and contest winners are encouraged to contribute your feedback via comments on this post. Pros, cons, praise and constructive criticism are all welcome.  Thank you.



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