I went to my insurance company the other day and saw their “business card”.
The company is called Black Astrum, a small operation that produces diamond-encrusted custom business cards and invitations for an exclusive clientele.
Nope, this isn’t a new iPhone app.
Specializing in model and radio-controlled aircraft for over 40 years, Norburn Model Aircraft Supply offers the widest and best selection in British Columbia.
Chalk up another looming casualty of the Internet age: business cards.
If youâ€™ve just given someone your business card then you failed.
Advertising agency JWT London has used image-recognition app Blippar to create a unique and innovative new business card that lets people view their showreel and receive directions to their office.
What if your business card could do more than simply tell your customer the name of your business and your contact information?
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