Melbourne Company Introduces Million Dollar Business Card

Share Article

Gloo - The Memory Company, which specialises in memory training for business executives, introduces The Million Dollar Business Card. This allows people to have their contact details, logo, sales message -- and even their picture -- printed on a high quality, realistic-looking Australian $1 Million Dollar Note.

Forgetting names is not only embarrassing but it's also bad for business, especially if people don't remember yours.

However a Melbourne firm has hit upon on a novel idea which actually makes it hard for people not to remember you ... and your business.

Gloo - The Memory Company, which specialises in memory training for business executives, has just introduced The Million Dollar Business Card.

The new service, one of a kind in Australia, allows a person to have contact details, logo, sales message -- and even his or her picture -- printed on his or her very own high quality, realistic-looking $1 Million Dollar Note.

"Customers love the Million Dollar Note. It's a real attention-grabber. And the new custom version really is the ultimate business card," said Chris Lyons, an Australian Memory Record Holder and Director of Gloo.

The Million Dollar Note was originally created to promote The Hidden Advantage Workshop, Gloo's one-day training course which shows business people how to profit from their memory.

The note was designed by talented Melbourne-based graphic designer Chris Davey from VektaHaus Design.

"It's getting harder and harder these days to stand out from the crowd. These new Custom Million Dollar Notes guarantee that you'll get noticed -- and be remembered!" said Chris.

For more information about Standard and Custom Australian Million Dollar Notes ... plus the strange story behind the missing Aussie millions visit http://www.MillionDollarNote.com.au

Notes
1. Chris Davey and VektaHaus Design specialise in producing visually distinctive, innovative design work for corporate clients, with a particular focus on logo design and corporate identity projects http://www.vektahaus.com

2. In 2006 Chris Lyons from Gloo set The Ultimate Australian Memory Record by reciting Pi to 4,400 places without error.

3. The Hidden Advantage Workshop is a unique and powerful 1 day training course delivered to public audiences and in-house clients around Australia http://www.TheHiddenAdvantageWorkshop.com

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Chris Lyons
Visit website