Microsoft will start selling business cards that feature Irish-inspired designs from the start of next year.
The Irish-based business card brand Verizon Business Card will be the first company to launch the “Business Card for Ireland” series of cards, a new initiative to promote the country’s business culture, the company said on Monday.
Verizon Business Cards will also be available in the UK, US and Australia, according to a release from the company.
Verizons goal is to “provide businesses and consumers with a broad range of options that celebrate Ireland and its unique culture”, the company added.
The business card will feature a range of designs, including a range that looks like the flag of Ireland with the words “Verizon” and “Ireland”.
The company will also offer cards with the “Ireland” logo on them.
“Verizon is proud to be the global leader in providing business cards for Irish people, businesses and governments, and we are delighted to partner with this leading Irish business card manufacturer,” said Steve Williams, vice president of business cards at Microsoft.
Verified customers will be able to order up to two Business Cards at a time.
Verity, which is also a major manufacturer of business card products for the US, is a leading supplier of business license and business card templates, with more than 100 million business cards issued in the US alone, according the US Business Card Association.
The company is also the largest supplier of corporate and government business cards in the world, according a Bloomberg report.
Veritas is also working on a range for the European Union, the US and Asia.