I have seen similar cards in Australia and I think I know where I can
get them done if I want them. I can also create a suitable design.
I think I prefer the more standard sized business card, and those are
easy for me to get done (even printed on home printer, if I run out of
time; I have lots of business card stock).
On Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 5:59 PM, Italo Vignoli <email@example.com> wrote:
You can have a look at the Moo Cards (http://www.moo.com) which I have
produced for myself for LinuxCon Europe. Moo Cards are small and cute,
and less expensive than regular business cards, but I do not know if
they are available in Australia (they are printed in UK, so the shipment
might be expensive).
If you like them and you find a way to get Moo Cards in Australia, I am
happy to share the design (I have not explored this possibility so far
with Moo, but I have sent them an email to ask for this).
Jean Weber wrote:
I will be attending some conferences in July and August, representing
TDF/LO (with approval from the Board). I would like to have some
business cards to hand out. Do we have a business card template? I
can, of course, simply use my personal everyday business card, but I'd
like to promote TDF/LO more if I can. Thanks!
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