If you don’t work for a fortune 500 company, or a government agency, do you still have a business card? I don’t. Well, actually I do, but I last printed them in 2007 and so much has changed since that I don’t think that any of the contact information is valid anymore.
According to Fox Business, someone must care about business cards:
The company is called Black Astrum, a small operation that produces diamond-encrusted custom business cards and invitations for an exclusive clientele. Based in Berkshire, England, the company has been quietly peddling its wares since the second half of 2011, but it wasn’t until the company formally announced its signature collection earlier this month that the world seemed to pay attention.
Why, you ask? Oh, because the average price is about $1,500. Per card.
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