I’ve had the unique privilege of having worked with Craig over the years and during the spring semester his company, My Metal Business Card, was a client in my class. Despite the fact that the semester was thrown into turmoil due to the pandemic Craig kept his cool and kept on working with the students, helping them understand the different parts of his business and how they could develop recommendations that he can use to improve his hiring processes, strengthen his company culture (especially now that much of work is done remotely for the time being), among many other things.
An article on the Mihaylo News site just got published that goes into depth about his company and how he puts his customers first. Go read it in full and here is an excerpt:
In today’s competitive business environment, Martyn believes metal business cards help his clients stand apart.
“The point of metal business cards is very simple: They give our client the means to instantly standout and leave a memorable impression,” says Martyn. “That’s our mission. Regardless of what product we sell, we want all of our products to make our clients shine among their customers, peers and competitors. For about $2 per card, I can’t think of any other product that gives you an instant impression and perception of quality like our metal business cards.”
And Martyn’s product line is expanding and brings the metallic touch to other items, such as personalized tumblers.
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