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19 Ultimate Business Card Designs for Small Businesses - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart business Owners
19 Ultimate Business Card Designs for Small Businesses

Lockdown has forced virtually everyone ‘online’ for networking. Which probably means that printers have got a little uncomfortable knowing that one income stream has gone by-the-by for the last 12 months. Business cards.

There are those small business owners that will throw them out like they own a business card machine gun at every networking event. Many will sit at the bottom of bags, or in back pockets never to be seen again. But what about doing something fun, memorable and really makes a mark?

Well here are 17 business cards for small business owners that certainly will do that for your potential customers and networking events as the year goes on…

Marc Ford

Marc Ford

Editor-in-Chief, Business Media Owner, Business Coach, Author and Keynote Speaker. Works with over 100's of small businesses every year. Trusted by BBC TV and Radio, Channel 4, Mercedes Benz, Hitachi Capital on business matters.
The Florist Business Card
The Florist Business Card
The Music Teachers Business Card
The Music Teachers Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Music Teachers Business Card
The Hairdresser's Business Card
The Hairdresser's Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Hairdresser's Business Card
The Butcher's Business Card
The Butcher's Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Butcher's Business Card
The Cleaning Business Card
The Cleaning Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Cleaning Business Card -
The Bike Shop Business Card
The Bike Shop Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Bike Shop Card
The Pilates Instructor
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The Pilates Instructor
The Divorce Lawyer
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The Divorce Lawyer
The Plastic Surgeon
The Plastic Surgeon Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Plastic Surgeon Business Card
The Sewing Shop
The Sewing Shop Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Sewing Shop Business Card
The Mechanic
The Mechanic's Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Mechanic's Business Card
The Builder
The Builders Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Builders Business Card
The Web Based Business
The Web Based Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Web Based Business Card
The Packaging Business
The Packaging Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Packaging Business Card
The Bakery
The Bakery Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Bakery Business Card
The Coffee Shop
The Coffee Shop Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Coffee Shop Business Card
The Barbers Shop
The Barbers Shop Business Card - YBKBS Small Business News for Smart Business Owners
The Barbers Shop Business Card

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