By Quincy Avril. Bussiness Card. Published at Friday, June 21st, 2019 - 13:55:05 PM.
With this in mind, why just hand over business cards as though it's a chore? It should be done with a sense of ceremony that conveys to the other person the fact that you are giving them a piece of your thought and time that will be a real asset to them. If this approach is taken, then business cards become the link to a relationship that both parties value, and as such kept at hand, rather than in a drawer. The main way to achieve this is to make the card itself a memorable item, one that really stands out from the crowd.
Card holders may be found in all sizes and styles and having one delivers a lot of distinct communiques. Most important, it implies that a business professional cares enough about their cards as well as the message a card communicates, to keep those cards preserved. Card etiquette states that they are kept spotlessly clean and crisp. Distributing a messy or possibly old one sends a message of disinterest not to mention lack of organization and shall potentially terminate a business alliance before it even kicks off.
It is a fine summer morning and you are in a happy mood. You have just returned from a long and important overseas business trip and you have attended a number of seminars and exhibitions. As you sit down with a cup of coffee your secretary enters and hands you a stiff piece of rectangular paper. She announces that a well-dressed man had come to meet you regarding an important business deal and had left behind his business card. As you glance through the card, you are impressed by the quality of the board used to make the card. What strikes you is the superb color combination the logo and the lettering of the card uses. Your eyes are riveted to the same and you just cannot take them away.
Die-Cut: Die-cut business cards are the most unique cards you can have. If you choose to do a die-cut, you can pick from standard die-cuts or pick from one of the die-cuts your printing company may already have. There is also the option of creating your own die-cut, in which you can choose or design any shape for your die-cut that you want to. Depending on the complexity of your design, die cuts can cost anywhere from $50 and up. Your printing company will likely charge you for this die-cut because you will be their only customer to ever use it. This is the most expensive option for business card printing, but it is the best way to have a truly unique card that no one else will have.
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