Kuala Lumpur

Everything we do in business today is digital---sending mail, signing contracts, attending meetings, even networking. 

The business card is one thing that digital will not fully replace anytime soon.

 Old school business card is still important -- and why you should have a pocket full of them at all times.


A business card is the first impression of your brand. 

When you meet someone that could potentially be a great prospect or connection, don’t you want him or her to walk away with a great first impression?

A memorable business card does a lot more than just pass on an email address or phone number.

When I make a connection via my business card, I don’t want my brand associated with the word cheap. 

A retail store trying to make a great first impression wouldn’t create a storefront sign with a piece of cardboard and a Sharpie. 

I have that same mentality when it comes to my business cards.

They make a great first impression and they also act as a great icebreaker.

 I have never once had a conversation end after handing over my business card. 

A unique business card will actually fuel the conversation even further.