Launching of Unique Eco-Friendly Video Business Cards

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Press Release updated: Oct 31, 2017 08:00 EDT

Next Zones launches its unique eco-friendly video business cards to reduce the demand for printed cards which leads to deforestation to produce the paper. In America alone, over 10 billion business cards are printed every year.*

The eco-friendly business card comes in the form of a video with audio, bringing the business card to the next level. It is available for $69 or less depending on quantity, and the video is customized according to the organization’s field, logo, colours and info. You simply download it on your cell phone and computers. Share it live with the people you meet and use it as an SMS and email signature. You can also post it on your website and on your social media pages.

“It is the ultimate business card and you always have it with you. Show it off, it is a great conversation piece. The video is of high quality, attention-grabbing and it presents any organization in a very classy way,“ said the card’s innovator Luc Prince.

Deforestation has a huge impact on climate change and also affects our wildlife. It’s a sad situation that 88% of business cards get thrown away within one week!* Next Zones calls upon environmentalists, business leaders and government agencies to be at the forefront and to adopt the creative initiative to help reduce the useless destruction of trees to fabricate printed business cards.

Notes to the editor

For information or questions, please contact:
Luc Prince
[email protected]
www.nextzones.com
1-450-275-9885

Next Zones is a Canadian video producing company directed by Luc Prince. Our mission is to create products to reduce the usage of paper to help prevent deforestation We are presently developing nice short eco-friendly videos to replace wedding invitations and thank you cards.

*Sources: Statistic Brain Research Institute, BusinesscardABC

Source: Next Zones

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Sidney Marin Is a researcher and law student at York University (TORONTO). He has worked as the Director of the Graduate Lawyering Program. He worked for American law firms in Moscow, Russia for three years. Hegraduated from Columbia Law School, Columbia School of International and Public Affairs and Harvard College. He research interest is in human rights and health law, with a particular focus on the law and policy of vaccination.