A business card is an integral part of every businessman. Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page, and Steve Jobs have printed numerous business cards for business partners, investors, and customers. On the way to get rich, these business attributes could be lost. But fortunately, their early age visiting cards have survived and now everyone can see the legendary design of the billionaire business cards.
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Mark Zuckerberg Business Card
Yes, that’s a famous business card of the Facebook founder “I’m CEO, bitch”. Laconic and clear.
”As the Facebook boys started dealing increasingly with real business professionals, a reputation for rambunctiousness spread throughout the valley. “It’s Lord of the Flies over there,” one executive told an executive recruiter. Zuckerberg had to be careful which business card he handed out at meetings. He had two sets. One simply identified him as “CEO.” The other: “I’m CEO…bitch!”” [David Kirkpatrick, “The Facebook Effect”.]
Steve Jobs Business Card
Steve Jobs old business card is like iPhone-iPad design: a plain black and white palette. It’s easy to read.
At a 2015 auction, a man paid a whopping US$10,050 (AUS$12,800) to obtain three of Steve Jobs’ old business cards. One was from Apple, the other from Pixar, and the last one a copy of the aforementioned NeXT design.
Larry Page Business Card
Before Eric Schmidt, Larry Page worked as Google CEO. Here’s a copy of his colorful visiting card.
This was his business card from the company started on September 4, 1998.
Bill Gates Business Card
No, this man does not run a Volkswagen mini-van. It’s Bill Gates from Microsoft.
This card was printed when Microsoft was the company of two childhood friends, Gates and Allen, working on a version of the BASIC programming language for the Altair 8800 microcomputer. It was Allen’s idea to name the company “Micro-Soft,” since they were working on software for the microcomputer. That got shortened to Microsoft pretty quickly.
Barack Obama Business Card
It’s a Barack Obama business card when he was a senator.
No comments. Classical government card style.
Eric Schmidt Business Card
The correct spelling is a big problem even for Google CEO.
“Chairman.” Yea, right!
Steve Wozniak Business Card
A stylish custom visiting card of Apple co-founder.
It is made from etched metal and looks stunning.
Donald Trump Business Card
Mr. Trump has added his signature to his visiting card.
This card is part of a collection of business cards owned by Jack Gurner, a member of the IBCC (International Business Card Collector’s Club).
Jerry Yang Business Card
This guy does not sell boards – it’s Yahoo CEO business card.
Jerry Chih-Yuan Yang is a Taiwanese-American Internet entrepreneur, engineer, and programmer. He is the co-founder and former CEO of Yahoo from 1994 to 2012.
Devon Spurgeon Business Card
The clear final statement of Warren Buffett employee. Now you know who is the boss.
John D. Rockefeller Business Card
Awesome minimalistic print.
John D. Rockefeller was the world’s first billionaire and the United States most hated oil tycoon in the history of the business.
Albert Einstein visiting card
Fidel Castro Ruz Business Card
As the President of Republica De Cuba.
Fidel Castro’s Business Card as a Havana Lawyer
A.Lincoln rare business card
a similar Lincoln calling card sold at a 2010 Christie’s auction for $9,375. That card featured the printed “A. Lincoln” on one side and Lincoln’s signature on the other. The card was apparently given to a Mrs. William Walters in February 1861, just as Lincoln was preparing to leave his neighbors and head east for his inauguration.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy business card
President John F. Kennedy’s Senate Business Card, Original/Authentic, Dimensions: just shy of 3 1/2″ by 1 3/4″, Raised Gold Seal Upper Left Corner of Card
Richard Nixon Business Card
Richard Nixon signs his business card in black ink.
Microsoft employee card
The Microsoft corporate card powered by Braille’s cells.
Steve Martin’s Business card
Steve Martin has made his signature on the card. This is a great example of an incredibly effective unofficial business card.
The Beatles group visiting card
The famous British band booking card.
Mike Dell Business Card
“My business card in 1984, the year I started. 1st space 1000 sq ft, lasted 30 days. Never forget where you came from.” Mike Dell.
Mickey Mouse Creators Business Card
George Grandpre Business Card (1931). This nifty item is the Walt Disney Studio business card of George Grandpre, who was an animator at the Hyperion studio in 1931. He is noted as an animator in Ben Sharpsteen’s crew on the Silly Symphony cartoons The Cat’s Nightmare (a.k.a. The Cat’s Out) and The Spider and the Fly in the valuable book Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies by Russell Merritt and J.B. Kaufman.
Houdini’s Business card
His unique business cards appear to be made out of a cardboard material, which would have saved on cost and given it an appealing, tactile and textured effect.
Chuck Jones, the cartoons animator visiting card
The business card of Chuck Jones, the Animator of Bugs and Daffy.
Andy Warhol’s Business card
Being a world-famous artist it comes as no surprise that Andy Warhol’s business card would be somewhat different from the traditional. For his card, Warhol uses a unique hand-rendered typography.
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