Five Tips To Make Business Cards an Eye-Catcher Part One
The small cards are gladly exchanged at any time. But this is precisely where a challenge lies: they are often very similar.
Business cards play an essential role in business life. Whether at trade fairs, in meetings, or at Get-Togethers event- the small cards are gladly exchanged at any time. But this is precisely where a challenge lies.
They are often very similar and hardly stand out from one another. Here, we reveal five tips on how you can make your business card an eye-catcher and thus remain in the recipient's memory.
#1 Finishing: Good finishing - Good Feeling
The feel of business cards plays an important role - after all, you pick them up when you hand them over. Good haptics is important for this first contact because the positive feeling when you touch the card is also transferred to the person you are talking to.
Various finishing techniques such as full-surface UV varnishing or cellophane wrapping help make business cards more robust and durable and change the hand's feel. The cellophane wrapping, in particular, is a popular finish, as it underlines the high quality of the business card and feels pleasant.
#2 Multilingualism: Be Internationally Understandable
A multilingual business card is handy for young companies whose target group is not limited to one country. It is essential to pay attention to regional characteristics.
There are, for example, countries in which the university degree is always specified or those in which titles are embellished as sonically as possible. For international business card, it can also make sense to work with pictograms instead of words. For example, a telephone number or a universally understandable email address.