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It should date back to the 17th century in Europe when it come to business name card. At that time, business name card are called visiting cards, and were used to as visiting card when they visit the nobility.Later then, business name cards were called trade cards when the business people used them to describe their businesses scope and locations. That is the business card that we use today.
As the society develop, the business card have been playing a important roles,no matter in bussiness or politics filed,they are a important communicate tool. That is why business cards are still used in today, although it go through so long years and histories.
Business name card holder are becoming more and more popular in our daily life. As business card holders make it much easier to get vital contact information into the hands of potential customers and clients. Business cards are used by all sorts of field. Today we even have vanity cards people can hand out even when they aren’t promoting a business.
There are many type materials of business card holder. There are aluminum business card holder, leather business card holder,glass business card holder,crystal business card holder,wood business card holder, acrylic business name card holder. Usually aluminum business card holder are taken as us, but it is easy to become deformed,, and not go on for a long time. Leather business card holder is easy to be broken or scratch. As to glass business card holder and crystal business card holder are very fragile. While acrylic business card holder feature the high transparency of glass business card holder and crystal business card holder, it is also very lightweight and convenient to be carry.so basically acrylic business card holder are more popular.
Our acrylic business card holder are available in desktop style or wall mounted. Placing these business card holder on your desktop or in the waiting room of your office puts your cards within easy reach of customers. They can also be left in remote locations as a means of increasing business even when you aren't there to do it yourself.