For people who want to make a great first impression. Tap and share your contact details, while gathering and marketing to your leads.
The Networking Card – No App Needed.
Networking Cards come with integrated NFC technology, which enables you to transmit your contact details, socials & so much more into any smartphone with no app needed.
Tap your card on a phone and share your contact details without contact.
Networking Card works better than a business card. Share your information and become a trusted contact.
Remove a recurring line item from your expense sheet.
Replace the paper business card with The Networking Card. Share your LinkedIn, Website, Phone Number, and Email instantly.
Impress potential customers, clients and partners with the latest in networking technology.
If you have a smartphone, the answer is almost certainly yes. All iPhones models XR and later (September 2018) and about 90% of the Android phones have NFC enabled.
Our cards are made of premium plastic called PET. PET can be recycled up to eight times. The chip inside is made of various materials and usually lasts for at least a few years.
Every Networking Cards has a chip inside that wirelessly sends your information to a phone. When you tap the card on a compatible phone, a contact field appears with all of your information automatically pre-populated. The owner of the phone just has to hit “save”.
Yes. After we ship your card, you will receive an automated email with login instructions. In your account dashboard, you will be able to update your contact information whenever you’d like. Any changes you make are instantly applied to your card in real-time.
Every Networking Cards includes a DASH Freemium account. Your DASH account give you access to email marketing, social media posting, catalog creation, and so much more at no additional charge.
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How the Networking Card Works