In the Cards
New video business cards you can deal out to your customers
If you want to make a lasting impression on your customers, try trading
your conventional business cards for a new video version.
New York City, sells DigiCards plastic, wallet-sized business cards
clients can pop into their CD-ROM drives and see shots of you, your jewelry,
your store or anything else you want to show them.
The patented DigiCards, which are the dimensions of traditional business
cards, nestle in the CD tray and can be read by the CD drive. The cards
hold 18 megabytes of data or 21/2 minutes of video and cost $1.50 to $3.50
each. Ember Media; (212) 432-0040.
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