Tag: business cards

May 17 2012


I was surprised when I was contacted recently regarding a nomination to be a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). FCIPR is the highest possible membership grade and to be awarded a Fellowship is therefore, apparently, an exceptional achievement. And today, it was officially announced that I am, indeed, now an FCIPR. …

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Feb 15 2012

Off the cuff QR code

I have written several times before about QR (quick response) codes. I first used them on my business cards in 2010, and I “walk the talk” by including my contact details as a QR code on the final slide of my conference presentations – which sometimes means that people don’t even need my business card: …

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Jun 23 2010

New business cards

Following my blog post about QR codes last week, I finally got round to collecting my new business cards (once again, from Blackheath’s excellent Trojan Press) today. Printer Dave Mayes was fascinated by the graphics, but said: “I don’t have a smartphone”. However, as I said to him, in marketing terms, it’s not what phone …

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Mar 06 2009

Business cards and Twitter IDs

I have just walked round to my friendly neighbourhood printer (Trojan Press in Blackheath, London SE3) to collect my new batch of business cards. Proprietor Dave tells me that I am the first customer he’s had who has their Twitter ID on the card! I was a little surprised, as I have been including my …

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