Are you ready to do business? Our graphic design service includes the design and printing of business cards on the Sunshine Coast QLD.
- Free consultation & quote
- Customisable to suit your requirements
- New design or work with existing design
- Logo design
- Colour scheme selection
- Brand incorporation / considerations
- Stock & finish selection
- Printing to required quantity & style
Get in touch today for a free quote on business cards that will open doors for your business!
Recent Business Cards We’ve Produced
What’s Involved in Making Business Cards?
Making business cards involves graphic design & printing. Here are the main steps we go through when we’re creating business cards with our clients:
- Free consultation & quote
- Collect information for cards
- Rough design of card layout for client review
- Advance design for client review
- Finalise design
- Print & deliver the cards
We’re experienced in making business cards, so we can guide you through the process towards the right cards for your purpose. We work with a lot of new businesses and offer a range of services for business promotion and communication, including website design, brand design and business marketing and advertising.
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How Many Business Cards Should I Order?
This depends on the stage your business is at, and how many different types of cards you require. Ordering more cards is more economical from the printing perspective – each individual card generally costs less the more you order. However, if you’re not going to use a lot of cards, or expect your information to update in the near future, there’s no point getting too many cards.
250 – 500 cards is a good amount for a startup business. Remember, once your cards are designed, you’ll always be able to print more, only paying for the cost of printing (assuming you don’t need to update your design!)
How Much Do Business Cards Cost?
Contact us to get a quote for your business cards. The cost of business cards depends on these factors: quality, quantity, and the design work involved – we will need to find out some details from you to provide a quote.
Business Card Quality
Like anything, business cards come in different degrees of quality. Money can be saved printing on thinner types of stock (paper) or not using finishes for cards. We work with our clients by designing the right cards for their businesses and their budget.
The most important thing is that your cards will give you the confidence you need to present them to introduce yourself and your business to prospective stakeholders and customers.
Introducing Your Business
When you have a business, one of the most important things you can do is create awareness that it exists. Without this awareness, it’s hard to create any momentum for your initiatives.
The opportunity for creating awareness of your business can sometimes seem to come from the most random opportunities. What these opportunities have in common is that the person you connect with is interested in what you’re offering.
Business cards provide a great opportunity to introduce your business, along with yourself, when you’re meeting new people. Even not-so-new people can be introduced to the business as something you’re now aligned with through the process of sharing a card.
Three Ways to Use Your Business Cards
Don’t go to the effort of producing business cards, and not use them! Here are three ways you can use your business cards to your advantage (besides the obvious way, which is to hand them over when you’re introducing yourself!)
1. Leave Them in Places
Many shops have stands for business cards – make sure you leave some of yours there too! If they’re great-looking cards, they’ll stand out and catch the eye of someone looking for your services.
2. Attach Them to Documents
Handing over a document? Attach a business card with a paper clip. Don’t underestimate the compelling power of a branded stationary suite!
3. Replace a Brochure
A well-designed business card can have more than one function. Rather than print out brochures for your business, consider a business card that doubles as a brochure. These can be left on public noticeboards to promote your brand and services – not just your business name and contact details. B