Every Type of Business Card (and which one is right for you)

A business card represents your company’s brand. Not only does it convey key business information like business address, contact number, social media links, operating hours, etc. but it is also the first exposure to the overall business image. 

In 2022, where a strategic online presence is a driving force for businesses – a professional and great-looking business card will help you make an instant and impactful first impression.

Visiting cards show validity just by existing – they’re not a free social media account or a hastily made-up email ID. Cards are proof of investment in terms of time, energy, creativity, and passion. Additionally, for example, if you’re a baker working from home looking to expand your client base, building an online presence from scratch would be a much more difficult task than distributing business cards at social gatherings and via existing clientele. 

This article discusses the types of paper you can use for a business card.

  • Standard Business Cards:

A standard business card, perhaps its title drawn by its conventions, is sized at 3.5 x 2 inches. It is one of the most popular products at Printo. The card is available in 4 different paper types –  lykam matt, lykam gloss, ninbostar art paper, and renew smooth. And can be laminated in matt & glossy finishes. Although a standard business card is a go-to pick for most business persons, homepreneurs are the majority clientele of standard cards.

  • Premium Business Cards

While a standard business card might be a good option for the basic 9-5 person. A premium business card lets one express a bit more. The Printo store has 5 different types of premium cards available viz., 

  1. Textured
  2. Sandwich
  3. Eco-friendly
  4. Metallic
  5. Non-tearable

Printo boasts of a staggering 14 different textured papers at its disposal for its customers. While the metallic cards come in gold & silver papers, for the ones who choose to be eco-friendly – there are four types to choose from.

The premium cards with multiple options in its catalog see a clientele that includes white-collared job holders and SMEs because of its additional class and panache.

  • Shape Cut Cards:

For businesses that wish to steer away from the norm, shape-cut cards are the solution. Cards can be availed in different shapes i.e. circles, oval, u-shaped, square, and with rounded corners. With all of them available in ‘ninbostar art paper’, one can be assured of longevity. Bakers, Cafe-owners, are some of the prime examples who use shape-cut cards.

  • Custom Design Card:

Some customers dislike being type-cast into predefined forms or shapes. Even though Printo hosts scores of business card templates, business owners are encouraged to find their own identities. They would rather create their style and carry it with them. Printo’s blank canvas lets you put together a masterpiece. 

Professionals who are in the creative space love to extend their art onto business cards. For example, in veterinary clinics, photographers like to have their business cards designed in their favorite muse – the camera.

  • QR Cards:

With the world turning digital in the 21st century, more so in the past few years, a need for digitalization has been immense in every industry. Now, from a sabziwala to your regular chaiwala near the office possess a QR code to operate their business. With the world going digital, you have zero reasons to fall behind. Have a look at the QR cards at Printo.

The IT guys who would like to showcase what they do without saying what they do – QR cards are their go-to idea. These cards embrace their digital profession wonderfully.

Another aspect of Printo business cards that are seldomly showcased is that – it is the fastest supplier of business cards in India. We boast of a production rate of 100 cards/45-min in any retail store and a promise of a 4-hour delivery time in select cities. So what are you waiting for, head to the link below now.




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