SavvyCard is creating buzz amongst the local business sector from a recent article in Tampa’s go-to business publication, The Tampa Bay Business Journal (TBBJ).
Reaching tens of thousands of professionals every week in print and online, the TBBJ is looked to as an authority for up and coming business successes.
Local media coverage doesn’t stop there. Tampa NBC affiliate, WFLA, featured SavvyCard as an effective alternative to business cards with prominent business owners, such as Mike Muroff, partner at Hartley & Purdy Architecture sharing how his SavvyCard helps him stand out, create memorable introductions and open new doors. Todd Maddex, owner of Tampa Bay Tech Solutions, generated more than $2,000 in new business by featuring his SavvyCard on Craigslist.
SavvyCard is taking off and catching the attention of local business leaders in a variety of industries, including Karyn Roeling, owner of Seibert Insurance Agency and Chris Spero, founder of Ideal Medical Solutions.
The TBBJ notes SavvyCard “is one of a growing number of mobile technology options available for making connections in a business setting.” The online networking space is booming and SavvyCard proves to be a convenient way to quickly refer or instantly “pass” a business card – straight from your phone.
“It will be a while before people stop using printed business cards,” says David Etheredge, SavvyCard co-founder and CEO. “Where the SavvyCard fills a need is when the user is passing on a third-party referral.”
Business owners in all industries are already seeing the benefits from sharing their SavvyCard; even organizations are getting in on the action.
It’s completely free to create your own SavvyCard – where you’ll be able to share your phone number, website, bio and more in a matter of seconds.
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