Introducing Business Cards with Near-Field Communication Capability

Moo Business Cards with NFC are made using Moo’s Luxe Business Cards, which were introduced earlier this year as the company’s premium business card offering. Combined with the innovative NFC technology, Moo NFC Business Cards seamlessly bring together online and offline networking.

“Our goal for NFC is to allow businesses to expand the possibilities of face-to-face networking to include their digital identities,” said Moross. “We have such creative customers; we can’t wait to see their ideas for using this technology.”

Invested in the growth of NFC, Moo is rolling out a plan to share this new technology with customers at no cost. Starting today, the first 150,000 customers to place a business card order will receive a complimentary Moo Business Card with NFC as part of an open beta test. The embedded NFC chip will be programmed to link to a landing page that features the user’s contact information.

“This year will be crucial for our NFC cards,” said Moross, “As we’re going to be gathering feedback from our customers on how they’re using their cards. It will be invaluable in rolling out additional solutions for them in 2013.”

In the future, Moo Business Cards with NFC packs will be available for purchase and provide avid networkers with the ability to customize the content of their cards. To learn more, please visit or watch a demonstration video:

About Moo
Moo is an award-winning online print business that is passionate about great design and the difference it can make to its customers and the world. Launched in 2006, MOO aims to disrupt the $640 billion global print industry by combining the values of professional design with accessibility and reach of the web; making great design available to all. MOO prints millions of cards a month and has served customers in over 180 countries.

  • Mark Henry

    Probably the most brilliant idea I’ve seen in years

  • Russ

    The only downside I see is that you would have to have a smartphone or tablet, etc that has NFC enabled technology built into it. I did read though that it is estimated that 1 in 5 smartphones will be NFC enabled by 2014. I guess we’ll see where it goes!

  • MBP

    How does the functionality of this compare to printing a QR code on the card? Just trying to understand why this is better.