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About Boxlight

Founded in 1985, Boxlight, a US owned and operated company, quickly became a leader in presentation technology, climbing Inc. 500 lists and becoming synonymous with projection and display solutions for business, government, and education. 

Better Solutions. Better Results

Boxlight’s mission is to be a leading provider of innovative and effective interactive technologies. We aim to improve communication and engagement, and to help enhance outcomes by developing the solutions our customers need.

We back up this ability with trusted relationships, knowledgeable and dedicated employees, unsurpassed customer service, and the most comprehensive selection of quality interactive solutions.

We strive to be a trusted partner to our customers, vendors, investors, and employees, and to earn a fair profit while embracing ethical, diverse, and inclusive business practices.

Better Solutions. Better Results.

An overview of how Boxlight
​​​​​​​came to be today

Founded in 1985, Boxlight, a US owned and operated company, quickly became a leader in presentation technology, climbing Inc. 500 lists and becoming synonymous with projection and display solutions for business, government, and education. After taking over Boxlight’s US and worldwide operations in 2009, Hank and Sunshine Nance focused the company on the education industry.

Merging with Mimio

In 2016, Boxlight acquired Mimio. Together they are a leading global provider of technology in the classroom. The partnership enables Boxlight Mimio to bring to today’s education market powerful, integrated solutions that are unmatched. But even more inspiring is where their combined passion for learning will take educational technology, classroom educators, and students in the years ahead.

Learn more about Mimio

Boxlight is a multi-award-winning organization

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A great opportunity for Boxlight

“The MIMIO merge allows Boxlight to take another step forward in its journey to partner with schools to create the dynamic classrooms that are needed to educate students today and tomorrow.”

Mark Elliot – Former CEO of Boxlight Corporation
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