What Does Your Business Card Say About You?

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In a meeting with a new client or potential business partner, what is the one thing you are most likely to exchange? You only have one chance to make a first impression, an impression that can gain you more business. A lot of people overlook the value of having their card accurately reflecting their brand image, yet that little piece of card is held by your client as they evaluate your worth. Take a look below at our guide on when, where and how different types of business cards can improve your brand.

What information should I include in my business card?

Here at Printmule we believe that there are a range of key elements to a business card; the basics which are individual’s name, title, email address, phone number, and the company name, along with your logo and web address.

While physical addresses were once mandatory additions, they are becoming increasingly less relevant to many. The reason being is the fact that a physical address takes up a lot of space. You could just put your web address on the cars as this means that people can search you up online and find out any further details for themselves.

What type of paper should I use?

By choosing a particular type of paper you are making a statement about your brand. Review your brand values and make sure that the business card reflects that in both written content and paper type.

Last but not least…make sure you use them once done and give them out! We often find that a newly ordered deck of cards finds its way into a side drawer and sits there doing not a lot! The more you give out, the more chances that you’ll be contacted!


About Printmule:

Print Mule is your best friend when it comes to all things print! Our wide range of printed items includes business cards, leaflets, flyers, posters, banners, stationery, and much more. Get in touch with our friendly customer service team if you can’t see what you need on our site, we’re here to help! Call us on 0800 368 7338 or email us at Hello@printmule.co.uk for any enquiries.

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