Business cards come in many forms are a great way to up-sell.
When is a business card not a business card?
When it’s a:
Motivational card – give team members a few motivation words or remind them of your purpose with a wallet sized card (that can be kept near the phone)
Appointment card – give customers and patients an appointment card so they don’t forget to show up
Name tag (lanyard insert) – design a name card to insert into a lanyard at events and conferences
Loyalty card – think coffee!
Point of sale card – design cards with product details, your logo and pricing for a professional finish
Package insert – great for online businesses, add a small thank you note or request your customers follow you on Facebook and Instagram
Flash card – create a custom range of flash cards for your students
Short term membership card – do you offer access to non-members? Provide a card for extra security which can be checked if needed
Proof of payment card – if customers pay for something at your register and collect elsewhere, use cards to prove they are entitled
Access card – think cycle classes at the gym! Use these cards to manage a ‘best in first dressed’ system
‘Do you have a card?’ Business cards are the easiest way to pass on your details.
Perhaps your customers need to freshen up their existing business cards? Check out these 5 ways to make your business card stand out, or request a business card sampler, by contacting your Account Manager on 1300 129 227 or online.
All your business card templates are right here.
When is a door not a door?
When it’s a jar