Episode 6: Banishing Business Card Boredom

An Educational Video Series for #EventProfs

Episode 6: Banishing Business Card Boredom

Today’s episode is all about banishing business card boredom. How to take that antiquated paper tool, and turn it into something a little more useful for your venue discoverability and influence goals. It’s also our 6th episode in the series where we’re talking about Venue Marketing 101 and how to market an event venue.

When we think about something as simple as a business card, we don’t naturally consider it an important part of our influence-building toolkit. However, it certainly can be depending on what we make of it.

Today we’re going to talk about how to do more with technology, spend less time with paper and develop a protocol for card handling that will dramatically increase your ability to turn more first-time encounters into larger, more influential opportunities.

Also, we’re going to try and help you get rid of that stack of cards sitting on your desk not doing you any good and get those working for you pronto.

We highlighted these tools in today’s episode:

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