Creating Business Cards in Your VO: Very Professional, Very QNet, Very Yours
As a business-minded person, you probably know the importance of this business accessory. Keep in mind that often, your business card is the key to making an important impression and will influence the way people see you and your business. Before you make your professional presentation about QNet and its products, answer all prospects’ questions, and prove yourself as a professional, people will judge you according to the way your business card looks.
QNet cares about you and your business, and therefore provides you with a ready-to-print business card with the logo and design of your favourite company. In your new home, you have everything you need right in your Virtual Office. In a matter of minutes, you’ll have your own QNet business card, complete with a professional design and corporate style.
Creating a business card has never been this simple*. In your Virtual Office, go to the Business Tools section. In the menu on the left, you’ll see the Online IR Business Card link you need. Make sure that your Internet browser allows pop-ups or if this pop-up is blocked, click on the top of your browser window to allow it.
You’ll have to input your name, address, phone number and email address, and click ‘submit’. After that, you’ll get a sheet of ready-to-print business cards. To set up the printable background, take the following steps:
– In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
– Click Advanced tab.
– Under Printing, select the Print background colours and images check box.
Be sure to invest in quality paper, which will add a truly professional touch to your business card.
Now you are ready to take your business to a new level. Good luck!
*Important Note: According to the QNet Policies & Procedures (P&P) – which all IRs must follow as per their agreement when registering as a QNet Independent Representative – IRs are NOT permitted to create their own business cards or other promotional materials, other than those supplied by the company. Further, IRs are not permitted to create their own QNet designs or alter the QNet logo in any way. The business card that you use to present yourself as a QNet IR must be what is provided by the company, which the company makes readily available. See in particular Clause 11 of the QNet P&P for more information.