Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Business cards thrive in a digital age @washingtonpost

I love this story. No digital device is going to replace my notebook for taking notes and I will be handing out cards for a long time.

Amplify’d from www.washingtonpost.com


But one paper tool is thriving. It is 3.5 inches long and 2 inches tall. Its use dates to Victorian times, when respectable people presented themselves with a formal flourish and a simple calling card.


Staples, the office supply chain, reports with some surprise that demand for business cards has surged, with double-digit growth over the past three years. Vistaprint, a large online printing company, sells more business cards than almost any other product. Office Depot also reports growing sales.

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