What Information Must Be On a Business Card? 

In theory, everyone is free to write whatever he or she wants on their business card. I already had business cards in my hand, only the address of the company website was on it. This is ok for a company that creates websites for its customers but rather inappropriate for a law firm or an outpatient care service, in my opinion. You have to see who the target group is and then decide what information they need to get curious and contact the company. 

At Least the Following Information Should Be On The Business Card: 

  • First and Last Name 
  • Job title 
  • Company name 
  • Phone number 
  • E-mail address 
  • In addition, one can add: 
  • mobile phone number 
  • position 
  • logo 
  • fax 
  • address 
  • Website, blog, or online profile 

Anyone who works internationally should have a bilingual business card. Either you choose English or consider having a set of business cards in the local language on hand. This goes down well with the recipient and signals appreciation. 

Geometric and Organic Business Cards 

Choosing a geometric pattern is an unusual preference. Plants' Republic allows a fascinating choice of their branding products, such as business cards, stationery, and food packaging, by using a geometric pattern. They show that you don't really have to follow the rules. It's fun to catch people off guard with a fancy branding organic business card printing design  now and again.