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Chinese Business Card for Rosemary McClenaghanChinese Business Card for Rosemary McClenaghan
We’re happy to present the English-Chinese bilingual business card for Rosemary McClenaghan, president of Wee Green Tours. About Rosema . . .

DaveDavid Hope has a new Chinese name
VP & CFO of American Crane & Equipment Corporation has a Chinese version of his name. “I like the cards. The box with the wax seal is . . .

Your business card says a thousand words
Just having a Chinese business card says you respect your Chinese associates and their language. Having the best Chinese version of your nam . . .

We explain the meanings behind the Chinese version of your name and other symbols . . .
. . . and we explain the features that make your card uniquely yours. Other agencies simply hand you a card with no explanation as to why . . .

We take time to craft a great card for you
Designing a business card is more than developing a Chinese version of your name. The translations of other elements, the layout, the relati . . .

We take time to create a great Chinese version of your name for you
Your name is our name—our reputation rests on creating a great name for you. Your name, your title, and the name of your business will be . . .

Chinese business cards: Name cards
Among Chinese even more than among Americans, business is very personal. To Chinese, “business” entails building rapport, instilling and . . .

Where did business cards come from?
Would you ever fold your business card in half before handing it to a prospective customer? Would you turn down a corner to indicate that yo . . .

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