Posts Tagged ‘Clear Plastic Business Cards’

Paper or Plastic? Choosing the Right Material for Your Business Cards

Posted on: September 4th, 2013 by Terrell Hammel 7 Comments
Usually the paper vs. plastic question is one that we only hear uttered by some bored teenager bagging groceries at the local supermarket. When it comes to business cards, most of us didn’t realize we had an option. But with today’s ever-expanding printing world, it turns out we do. Plastic cards are printed on a material similar to that used by credit card companies, offering a sturdy product on a variety of backdrops – including clear, frosted, and white. Here, we’ll take a look at the advantages and ...

Business Card Design Inspiration (Quiz)

Posted on: January 22nd, 2013 by eliteflyers.com 4 Comments
A business card really has one basic purpose: to make your professional contact information as accessible to another party as possible. We acknowledge that this function must always be at the heart of the matter when it comes to effective business card design. But must it always be the beginning and END of the matter? We think not. You can make your business card do more for you if you employ a little business card inspiration in your design process. ...read more

Kick Ass Business Cards

Posted on: December 15th, 2012 by eliteflyers.com No Comments
“Business people” may have had a stuffy reputation in years past. In today’s economy, though, in which entrepreneurship is thriving while the status quo corporate world wanes, “business” doesn’t look the way it used to. CEOs wear Chuck Taylors to work, employees are taking yoga classes on their lunch breaks at their quirky boss’s request, and office buildings are being designed as green spaces that compost apple cores and run partially on solar power. These kick ass new businesses are anything but ordinary. ...

Beyond the Internet: How to Broaden Your Business’ Reach in the Real World

Posted on: July 26th, 2012 by eliteflyers.com No Comments
There are a million ways to drive more people to your business’s website. But in our experience, some of the most important business connections stem from real-life, in-person interactions with other human beings… not cold, hard-wired machines. Here are some tips for actively improving your chances of making headway in business through your daily interactions. 1. Talk about work all the time We know, this may sound horrible. There is nothing worse than people who drone on about boring projects they’re ...