Day: September 20, 2020

What makes the best business cards? 4 entrepreneurs explain

by Henry Williams

Updated: Aug 14, 2020 Published: Jul 10, 2018

Though their origin can be traced back to 15th  century China, business cards remain one of the most effective networking and promotional tools an entrepreneur can have at their disposal.

In a flash, you can capitalise on an opportunity by supplying a potential partner or client with everything they could need to get in contact with you.

That’s why it’s vital that your business card design is memorable and compelling.

Within that 85 × 55 mm canvas (standard UK business card size), you can afford to be as creative as you like in order to advertise yourself and your business.

But what makes the best business cards?

To inspire you, we take a look at the business cards of four entrepreneurs and discuss their design choices…

An extra-thick paper quality suggests authority

Michael, founder of is a

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Medit launches new T-Series scanner models

SEOUL, South Korea, Sept. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Medit announces the launch of three new T-Series laboratory scanner models; T710, T510, and T310.

The new T-Series laboratory scanner lineup – the T710, T510, and T310 – is carefully designed to meet the needs of every dental lab. Thanks to a customizable workflow and an open system, labs profit from absolute freedom and flexibility.

The open-system scanners offer upgraded performance at an unbeatable price, and with a fully customizable workflow, providing supreme flexibility to simplify dental labs’ work.

Suitable for all use cases: Four 5MP cameras, 4-micron accuracy, and an 8 second full-arch scan

The Medit T710 – the powerhouse of the new line-up – is equipped with four 5.0MP high-resolution cameras, positioned to ensure there are no blind spots in the data, even after only a single scan. Full arches are scanned in only 8 seconds and the

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Flint man charged in alleged auto insurance fraud scheme

FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) – A Flint man is facing up to seven years in prison after he allegedly sold fake automobile insurance certificates.


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The Michigan Attorney General’s Office has charged 24-year-old Dillen Leonard with four counts of selling counterfeit insurance certificates and one count of using a computer to commit a crime. He was arraigned Wednesday in Genesee County District Court.

Leonard is accused of knowingly selling fraudulent insurance certificates that appeared to be real 29 times in 2016. His clients then presented the certificates to the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office as their required proof of auto insurance to renew licenses.

The Attorney General’s Office began investigating after the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services received complaints about Leonard.

“Selling and using fraudulent insurance certificates is a felony, and DIFS and the Attorney General will continue to pursue these investigations to

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People Are Paying Good Money for Flights to Nowhere and It’s OK

The ongoing health crisis has wreaked havoc in every aspect of our modern life, with national healthcare systems being the hardest-hit. Relevant to our interests are the automotive and associated industries, like public transport and airlines. While automakers are already starting to look forward to the future again (even though sales continue to remain low), airline companies can’t even dream of the day when they’ll be able to do the same.

The reason is very simple: while you can still buy a car and drive it across the country, you can’t fly out of the same country. Safety precautions, travel restrictions, lockdowns and general common sense says you can’t. And, while you may have resigned yourself to the idea that it might be at least another year until you can safely board a flight to head out to your favorite vacation spot, airlines can’t afford to wait this much.


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