Those of us who ran businesses during 9/11 or the 2008 economic downturn have had almost a decade to forget the traumatic effect a sudden, global recession can have on a company. In a rapidly evolving situation, like we’re facing COVID-19, it’s almost impossible to balance what’s best for your company, protect your employees, and still deliver a great experience to customers amidst the chaos.
Cards remain one of the best ways for you to tell people that you run a trustworthy and reliable business.
Business cards— Those small pieces of professionally printed card stock that people carry around and exchange. Or at least we used to. Back in the Victorian era, business cards were the only way to reliably obtain contact information. But with today’s social distancing and easy online searching, should business cards go the way of the corset?
At this time, the full extent of COVID-19’s impact on human life, the global economy, and enterprises is not yet known. But already, it has become an extraordinary catalyst for change. The need for innovation is greater than ever, driven by new challenges that are more disruptive than most have
In an increasingly digital world, your phone is the new business card.
Global Coronavirus pandemic has impacted all industries across the globe, Business Card Designer market being no exception. With gracefully emerging business networking platforms such as LinkedIn, MEAU, printed portfolios are being replaced by digital portfolios, digital business cards are the most practical option now. Instead of mentioning your social details in the body of the email, it’s more effective to have them all in an e-business card at the bottom in the form of a signature.