When’s the right time to exchange business cards for networking purposes? MobiCard explains.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., February 9, 2021 (Newswire.com) – The COVID-19 pandemic has changed much of what we’re used to, and how business professionals connect and network is no exception. From in-person meetings to now predominantly virtual interactions, the world of networking has seemingly been flipped on its head. MobiCard realized this and created a first-of-its-kind digital application for networking, lead generation analytics, and contactless business card exchanges.
Through its all-in-one app, users are able to access informative data based on networking performance and activity to gain a big-picture understanding of the number of card shares, views, and other information that helps drive a more informed networking experience.
MobiCard users can now enjoy a contactless exchange of information by simply saving the person’s information on their phone, which alleviates the worry of keeping track of a traditional paper business card that’s bound to get misplaced.
Networking is not only about quantity but the quality of the people a person connects with, and no matter the situation, if there’s potential for future business or a referral, it’s best practice to share contact information at the end of a conversation.
“Although it might be difficult, networking, especially during a global pandemic, is necessary,” said Josh Sodaitis, Chairman and CEO of MobiCard, “There’s been a shift in how business is done, and while it may seem easier to jot down someone’s information in a Note on their phone, our app is keeping digital business card information in one place to keep the exchange simple and organized.”
Despite what’s going on in the world, networking is always in motion. In fact, according to a LinkedIn Newsroom survey, 80% of professionals believe that career success can be elevated through professional networking.
And, what’s more, networking isn’t exclusive to events or one-on-one interactions. There are plenty of opportunities business professionals can capitalize on for networking purposes.
For example, when sending a product or package, always include a business card or thank you note with company information
“The networking landscape continues to shift, and an emerging trend is digital business cards,” Sodaitis noted, “With a few clicks of a button, business professionals are able to exchange information in an efficient and contactless manner, an added benefit during the pandemic.”
Another bonus of a digital business card is, as long as a person has their phone, they’ll never leave home without it.
That’s because unlike traditional business cards that are often forgotten, or worse, a person runs out of copies to share, digital business cards give people the flexibility to easily share contact information electronically.
Thanks to the simplicity of this mobile platform, attracting new business and networking with other professionals has never been easier.
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MobiCard has created a game-changer in the networking arena thanks to its exclusive and revolutionary customizable digital business card platform. This flexible and robust application makes exchanging contact information virtually a seamless experience. There’s no limit to the creativity and ingenuity this app can provide for businesses and professionals alike as it provides an innovative networking solution that’ll disrupt the traditional paper business card business.
Source: MobiCard Inc.