Business cards have been around for a very long time serving as networking and marketing tools for businesses and individuals. In the digital age that we now live in, there has been a rapid increase in the number of people who have smartphones. A number of these smartphone users may prefer to store the contact details of an individual or business on their device rather then receiving a card. An easy way of getting around this could be to add a QR to a business card so that all that the person with whom you want share your details with has to do is scan the code.
MOO, one of the leading providers of customised business cards, minicards and postcards has taken it a step further with the introduction of an NFC (near field communication) enabled business card. This means that all you need to do to share information is touch your business card to an NFC-enabled smartphone which couldn’t be any easier (watch the video below).
As of Thursday, the first 150,000 to place an order of MOO Business Cards will receive a free NFC-enabled card. The cards will come preprogrammed with the users contact information but the cards can be rewritten. MOO are also working on an Android App to make it easier for users to get their cards to do what they want them to do.
If you don’t want to wait until 2013 to get your hands on an NFC Business Card, make sure to order your MOO Business Cards TODAY; before they hit the 150,000 limit.