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Join the Green Movement: How Social Dot is Saving Thousands of Business Cards from Landfill



In this digital age, businesses are seeking ways to reduce their carbon footprint and transition to more sustainable practices. One area where this shift is taking place is the use of business cards. Social Dot, an Australian-based startup, is helping businesses make the switch to digital business cards. The company offers a platform that allows businesses to create and manage digital cards that can be easily shared through email, text, or social media.


Since its launch, Social Dot has helped several businesses make the transition to digital business cards. One of the first companies to adopt the platform was M.J Bale, a premium menswear brand. The company saw the benefits of reducing paper waste and being able to share their contact information in a more efficient way.


Another business that has made the switch is the Wodonga City Council, who have been able to improve their sustainability credentials while also improving the way they share information with their constituents.


Squad, a recruiting agency committed to filling hard to find apprentices in a timely and thorough manner, also saw the benefits of transitioning to digital business cards. By using Social Dot, they were able to reduce their paper usage and streamline their contact sharing process.


Similarly, TikTok Australia, a social media giant, has adopted the platform for some of its staff and as gifts to it's content creators to improve the efficiency of their contact sharing process.


McKay City Libraries, a local government organisation, and Beacon Lighting Studio, a lighting retailer, have also made the switch to digital business cards. These companies have been able to reduce their paper usage and make it easier for their customers to access their contact information.


Kombi Keg, a mobile Kombi Car bar hire company, and Logitech Australia, a global technology company, have also joined the list of businesses that have made the transition to digital business cards.


By using Social Dot, these companies have been able to improve their sustainability practices and make it easier for their customers to connect with them.



Overall, Social Dot estimates that they have saved hundreds of thousands of business cards from ending up in landfill. By transitioning to digital business cards, businesses are not only reducing their paper waste but also improving the efficiency of their contact sharing process.


If you are a business owner looking to make the switch to digital business cards, Social Dot offers a customisable products and platform that can meet your needs. So why not join the growing list of businesses that are making the switch to digital business cards and reduce your environmental impact today? Grab your green business card solution today.

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