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a card on which are printed the person's name and business affiliation

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I WAS both pleased and impressed to see the use of Braille on the business card of MSP for the Glasgow region, Robert Brown.
If you're in the market for new business cards, here are a few sites where you might want to pay a call.
Your school, group, office or business can participate by folding business cards into cubes.
Functionality: Neat Business Cards installs a button in users' Outlook toolbar that provides the ability to scan a business card directly into Outlook as a contact file.
The transfer of business cards is your first chance to get close to an Asian colleague.
Business cards displaying names and relevant information written vertically in Japanese ''kanji'' characters used to be the mainstay of the card industry.
ABBYY, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic technologies, has unveiled a sample Business Card Recognition (BCR) utility that leverages the powerful capabilities of the ABBYY Mobile OCR software development toolkit (SDK) bringing mobile data capture to smartphone devices.
CardScan's technology revolves around portable, easy-to-use scanners and scanning software that allows users to transfer contact information from business cards to an electronic database.
This is a popular design option, however, it's vital to have calendar-back business cards printed and distributed well before the new year, even as early as June.
It's often the perception that in many overseas business meetings, nothing "productive" occurs during the first scheduled appointment--just introductions, pleasantries, and exchange of business cards.
Extending the idea of business cards to the literature classroom, this lesson plan discusses having students make business cards for characters and authors.
We include examples of business cards, brochures, flyers, and contracts.
The CardScan is a remarkable little device that reads business cards, and stores and organises the data.
The amount of letters written, business cards collected, and documentation created and archived was sobering: a FedEx package delivery form from the U.S.
If, for example, you meet someone -- say, another AD -- at a professional conference or regional meeting and simply exchange business cards or, say, you include one of your cards in a letter requesting more information or help from someone, that's networking.
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