A business card is considered to be the ‘first impression’ that the opposite party gets, which may include customers, partners, or others. It is something that reflects you, your business, and the company’s image. A great business card consists of important information about you, your name and contact channels will be stated clearly. To make your business card stand out and make a good first impression, in addition to letters and information that must be clearly visible and complete, it must also have a unique and outstanding design. In addition to business cards printed in color or plain text, if you want to add premiumness to create a better image, we recommend special technique business cards.
Hot stamping foil
Printing Order Details
- 1. First name-surname. In some situations, you may include a nickname to create intimacy and friendliness.
- 2. Position
- 3. Personal contact channels, such as phone number, E-mail, and social media channels
- 4. Company contact channels, such as company name, address, corporate phone number, fax number, and website
Business Card Details
- 1. Business card size (standard size: 9 x 5.5 cm.)
- 2. Type of paper needed
- 3. File document for printing
- 4. Any desired special techniques
- 5. Volumes of ‘name’ cards needed and volumes per name
Tips & Knowledge
Business cards are a Western tradition used to introduce oneself to the general public. During the reign of King Rama IV,
Siam fully opened its doors to Western civilization. The kings of this reign were His Majesty King Mongkut and His Majesty King Pinklao,
both of whom studied English proficiently and associates with foreigners. Therefore, he also accepted the custom of using business cards.
But there were no evidence that His Majesty had printed a business card first.
The name card of His Majesty King Mongkut, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aran Hansuebsai, Head of the Department of Photographic Science and Printing Technology, Faculty of Science Chulalongkorn University, revealed that The Faculty of Science received a business card of King Rama IV from the family of Mr. Rene Prudent d’Argon, a French photographer and inventor, by Mrs. Jean Scott, a British historian who was interested in studying Thai history, have found documents and correspondence between King Mongkut and Mr. d’Argon. There was also a business card attached in the year 1867. Mrs. Jean Scott was therefore the liaison to the d’Argon family and gave copies of these documents to the Museum of Visual Technology, Department of Photographic Science. The business card was printed using a typesetting system. Which uses letters cast from lead, then printed on cardboard. It contains the royal emblem and his name in English letters that are pronounced in Thai, name in English, French, and Latin, one in each line. It is believed that it was probably printed at the Royal Printing House, Aksorn Pimpakarn, which His Majesty founded at Wat Bowonniwet. As for the name card of His Majesty King Pinklao, which had similar characteristics. There appears to be only one copy found. Exhibited at Issaresarachanusorn Throne Hall, in the National Museum, Bangkok, which used to be his residence.