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16:49 PM | 6 November 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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Business cards are still the most effective tool when it comes to sharing details, so if you do much networking you'll love idea that makes everything easier.

 

We love this idea. And if you do much networking (and in advertising you will) then you'll love this too. Business cards are still the most effective tool when it comes to sharing contact details. But having them is really annoying. Constantly needing to carry them everywhere, having them updated and reprinted, it's all a big faff. This app would do away with all of that.

Credits

Creatives: Fredrick Lewandowski and Jonas Eltes
School: Berghs

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