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Do it for love! Curtis Kulig-designed Business Cards have landed

April 2017, by moocrew | Add a comment

What are the 2 little words you most want to hear? Now you can carry them with you everywhere – meet our newest collaboration!

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How to turn a hobby into a career

April 2017, by moocrew | 3 Comments – latest by moocrew

It’s often been thought that you can’t turn an artistic hobby into a profitable business. Despite that, there are people out there proving that you can – and Lucy Burley is one of them.
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Instagram inspiration – your MOOcards

February 2017, by admin | 3 Comments – latest by moocrew

We can’t get enough of your amazing designs – from production to retail, the MOO community is creative, inventive and more than a little bit brilliant.

This month, we wanted to share 3 studios we’ve been blown away by, from music to plants – with the stories behind their businesses and stunning designs.

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Building the Indiegogo brand, one customer story at a time

October 2016, by moocrew | Add a comment

Every idea should have its shot, and every creative should have their moment. That’s the principle that Indiegogo was founded on in 2007, and years later, the crowdfunding platform has helped entrepreneurs all around the world turn their ideas into reality. We chatted with Erica Labovitz, Indiegogo’s head of integrated marketing, about how they got their own start, and why they keep customer stories at the center of the business model and brand.

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Customer Spotlight: Rushfaster hacks the ecommerce code

July 2016, by moocrew | Add a comment

Are you looking to improve your daily commute AND become more successful while you’re doing it? Well look no further, say hello to Australian success story, Rushfaster. The company is a niche online retailer that is focused on products and information that fall into the categories of everyday carry and lifehacking. Continue reading this article…

Customer Spotlight: Simone Severo’s Portrait a Day

April 2016, by moocrew | Add a comment

Last year, Simone Severo, a Colorado Springs Portrait Photographer, completed a year-long quest to photograph an interesting person each and every day for an entire year. Simone called it “Striving for Portrait Perfection”. The photographs are honest portraits that portray each subject’s personality and she plans to publish a book containing those 365 uniquely personal portraits and the stories behind them. Continue reading this article…

One pack, 50 possibilities. Confused? Read on…

January 2016, by moocrew | 3 Comments – latest by Jenny Alltimes

Printfinity (yes, we made up a word) is our unique technology that allows you to print up to 50 different designs in each pack of business cards meaning you can present yourself in a different way every time. Here are some ways Printfinity can help you. Continue reading this article…

What a treat! A doggy-themed collaboration with Ace Hotel

November 2015, by moocrew | 1 Comment – latest by Kat Forsyth

For the past few months we’ve been working with Ace Hotel to create experiences across the world including a dance performance in New York, avant-garde art nights on their Los Angeles rooftop, and a Summer School in Palm Springs, CA.

And what better way is there to follow all of that than with a doggy-themed project with Ace Hotel London? We totally agree, there’s none at all.

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The Analogue Rituals of Business Cards

October 2015, by moocrew | Add a comment

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In Japan there’s a whole ritual to handing over business cards. When the cards are exchanged they are handed over simultaneously by both people’s right hand with all the details facing the receiver. A bow of 45 degrees follows with a short study of the details by both people. You never write on the card, treat it casually, fold it or just put it in your pocket. A far cry from how we treat them in the West. Continue reading this article…

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