A business card to remember.

No matter what industry you’re in, a personal business card is a MUST.

I am learning that the more I travel, attend pitch competitions, or events, there are endless opportunities to network. You never know who you might run into.

How do you get yourself personally connected with a potential client or future mentor?

…by sharing your own business card. Networking is all about selling YOU. The future of business is personal. When I compete for my company, the judges buy not only into the potential of Locker Lifestyle, but the passion, drive, and vision I PERSONALLY have for it.

If you are a student or not affiliated with a large corporation that has your business card pre-made for you, how/where/when do you go about creating your own?! (keep reading)



  • Full Name (no short nicknames)
  • Preferred Email
    • (because the one you made in high school is probably not super professional)
    • download the email platform you use on your phone so you will never miss a notification & you can sync meetings with your calendar
  • Phone Number
  • Job Title
    • If you’re a student, list where, along with your major
      • (you can even add your university’s logo to be fancy)
  • Personal Website (if you have one)
  • Social Media:
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook
    • Instagram
    • Twitter
  • Optional: I don’t personally have this feature on mine, but I have received many other’s cards that have their professional business photo on it. (Ironically, those are the only people I remember and I am considering adding this feature to mine).
  • Optional: List your most impressionable skills
    • Such as….graphic design expert, 5+ years social media marketing

KEEP IT SIMPLE, no one wants to read OR see a cluttered card.


Where to make them…

My go-to for business cards, brochures, and stickers etc. is Vistaprint. I have personally tried & tested many companies. Vistaprint is extremely easy to use, offers many discounts, and is as affordable as it gets. (They also have great, FREE templates).



biz card example

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COMMENT: any other suggestions or questions you have for creating the most memorable biz card!

(This post was inspired by the feedback from those who read it! Email or comment other topics you want to see from me.)


Happy networking 🙂

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