March 15, 2012
I’m getting ready to head to the International Association of Culinary Professional’s annual conference in New York and, in advance of the event, am having new business cards made up. This has made me think about what exactly should be on a business card these days and I’d love your advice.
Thus far I’m planning to have my name, company name (Small Food Business), title (still working on a good one if any of you have any ideas let me know!), phone number, email address, website, and a picture of my new snazzy logo. That’s the basic stuff, right? What else?
- Should Facebook pages be included or something along the lines of “Follow Us On Facebook”
- What about Twitter handles?
- QR Codes? Last year everyone was talking about how QR codes had to be on everything you did but other than folks I talk with who work in the tech industry, it doesn’t seem like the whole QR code concept has really caught on in other industries.
What do you think? Am I missing anything? Anything you’ve put on your card or seen on others that you love (or that you hate)? What do you think makes a business card either stand out or sink to the bottom of the pack?