Reach new markets, maintain contacts and more with our premium quality Business Cards - one product that no business can survive without! And with our high standards in quality, service and turnaround, customers are guaranteed to make an impact with some of the finest looking Business Cards in the industry. All for a price that can't be beat.
Business cards with a professional look.
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Your business is one of a kind. Now your business cards can be, too.
With a fresh box of custom business cards comes confidence – the knowledge that you’re prepared for every opportunity that comes your way. Whether you’re making first impressions, rewarding regulars with a loyalty card or giving satisfied clients your contact info for next time, we’re here to help you look and feel ready to impress
And with our user-friendly upload and design tools, we make business card printing easy.
Business cards type
Photo and Logo
Construction and Home Improvements
Beauty and Spa
Paper weight options
A standard 14-pt paper weight with uncoated back.
A medium 16-pt paper weight with silk coated back.
A thicker, heavier 18-pt paper weight with UV glossy front and back.
Paper stock options
Stock options are available after you design your card.
Matte varnish front and silk-coated back – best for colors and easy to write on.
Glossy front and silk-coated back – great for photos and colorful cards.
Unique woven texture – works best for designs with less ink coverage.
Recycled Matte 100% post-consumer recycled paper – easy to write on, great for designs that use less ink.
Classic-looking card with a smooth, uncoated texture – best for simple, text-heavy designs.
Shimmering look with a smooth feel – makes unprinted “white” space really stand out.
90% post-consumer recycled, light brown paper – a planet-friendly creative look with a sturdy, natural feel.
Smooth, velvety matte coating that feels unlike any of our other stocks – a memorable texture.
100% post-consumer recycled, with light speckling and a felt-like, rippled texture.
Ideas and Advice
Business card etiquette – 6 practical tips
First, take stock
Opportunity knocks anytime, anywhere. So, be ready to own it. Make sure you carry enough business cards on you for any occasion. It's embarrassing to have to make an excuse if somebody gives you their card and you can’t reciprocate. And even if it’s true, “mine are at the printers” sounds about as credible as “the dog ate it!”
Keep your cards close at hand
No one looks confident when they're rifling through their pockets. Show how well-prepared you are by having your cards close to hand. This not only looks professional, but you never know where or when you’ll meet your next client.
Share fresh business cards every time
A sturdy business card holder keeps your cards clean and crisp. And while sharing a fresh card from a holder looks professional, storing your new contact’s card alongside your own shows consideration and attention to detail.
Follow the other person’s lead
In the same way a fumble-free baton pass maintains speed in a relay race, a frictionless business card swap keeps the momentum of your conversation going.
Try this: when you receive a business card, accept the card in the same way the other person offers it to you.
If the person you’re speaking to presents their card with two hands, accept it with two hands. This gesture is a practical way to overcome any language or cultural barriers when networking abroad.
Maintain comfortable eye contact
You know that making eye contact is important, but how much? Too little and you may seem disinterested. Too much feels intense and a bit creepy.
Regular eye contact lasts about four to five seconds before you tend to look away. When you’re speaking to someone you’re comfortable around, you look the other person in the eye when talking or listening, then look away to reflect or ponder your next thought.
A good rule of thumb is 50/70: maintain eye contact 50% of the time when speaking and 70% when listening.
Put your business cards to work
You don’t always have to wait for a formal introduction to share your business card. Here are a couple of scenarios where sharing your card can feel personal even when you can’t introduce yourself in person.
Include your card in product packaging
Etsy sellers and other independent online business owners often include a business card in their packages. Adding a handwritten thank-you note alongside your business card makes the moment someone unboxes your parcel personal and memorable, and encourages them to get in touch with you.
Create cards people can’t resist picking up
There are countless opportunities to leave your cards everywhere from shops and restaurants to libraries and town halls. This makes it easy for people to find your contact details when they’re looking for a local provider. But if you want yours to stand out, it’s essential to make your business card irresistible.