More businesses in Singapore switching to digital name cards

In March this year, OCBC Bank rolled out digital business cards for its employees as part of digital transformation efforts. PHOTO: OCBC BANK
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SINGAPORE - With increasing digitalisation during the Covid-19 pandemic, the common name card is becoming a thing of the past. Switching to digital cards is good for the environment and can save money, but it is a blow for some printing businesses.

In a contactless world, many have ditched physical name cards for digital ones.

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