Networking Card (Cards)
Networking Card Description
Don’t miss out on a single opportunity with a networking card.
Expand your network wherever you go.
Leave a card behind at interviews and stay in their minds.
Use instead of your company’s card for a discrete job search.
Please check out our Specialty Cards if you would like something a little classier, with foil or varnish or a custom stock.
A Networking Card is always a valuable thing to have on hand as you never know when you may meet somebody who you would like to network with.
Your personalised Networking card can be used as a mini-snapshot of your CV and key accomplishments. Whether you’re just starting out or; you’re taking the next step in your career, these sleek, expertly designed cards will give you the professional edge over your competitors. Create a personal identity you can be proud to share at career fairs, networking events and during everyday introductions.
Whether you are attending a job fair, a career networking event, or meeting a contact one-on-one, it's a good idea to have a career focused networking card, so it's easy for people you meet to follow up with you.
Keep business cards on hand even if you're not attending a job search-focused event. Networking can happen anywhere: You might meet helpful contacts during parties, on trips, or at other social events.
Before you leave an event or end a conversation, hand out your business card and express your wish to keep in touch. This will often prompt people to reciprocate by sharing their own business card, too. Having a business card available helps you appear professional and prepared. Plus, unlike a resume, it's easy to carry business cards around at all times.
What to Include on Your Networking Card
Today's job seekers have the opportunity to present more than just the basic contact information traditionally included with business cards. A business card provided through your employer will include your name, job title, employer, phone number, and email address.
For your own personal business card, you can leave off your job title and employer. Instead, of a job title, include a broad description of your work, such as writer, accountant, marketing professional, designer, etc.
If you use a two-sided card, you will be able to include additional information and avoid cluttering the front of the card.
Be Sure to Include Links
Incorporating the address of your LinkedIn Profile provides the opportunity to showcase accomplishments and recommendations. A link to a business-oriented personal website can also convey professional information.
For many career fields, a link to a portfolio site can be an effective way to showcase designs, writing, or other projects; which will prove to prospective employers that you have the right stuff for your target job.
Whichever link you choose to include on your business card, make sure it's short and easy to type into a browser.
Consider Adding a Tag Line
Some job seekers include a tagline on the second side of their card like; "A technology consultant with a cutting-edge grasp of networking strategies and a proven record of completing projects on time and within budget." Others will use the back side of the card to list three to five key skills or knowledge assets which they offer to employers.
Think of your tag line or top skills as being like your elevator speech. You want to share a quick look at your skills and background, and help people remember you once they're back in the office after an event.
QR Codes on Business Cards
You can also include a QR code; which can be scanned by a smartphone and is linked to a website URL so the viewer can get more information.
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