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Some professional gestures may seem ephemeral, but can be leveraged to have lasting impact.

BUSINESS CARDS

The humble business card. Clocking in at an average of 2 by 3 1⁄2 inches, this small rectangle of card is often treated as a conversational afterthought. Hastily pulled from purses and pockets, business cards frequently change hands only to find their fate at the bottom of briefcases or the back of desk drawers. 

  • Words:
    Charles Shafaieh and Rachel Gallaher
  • Photography:
    Aaron Tilley
  • Set Design:
    Sandy Suffield

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  • Words:
    Charles Shafaieh and Rachel Gallaher
  • Photography:
    Aaron Tilley
  • Set Design:
    Sandy Suffield
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