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Re: [Fedora-ambassadors-list] Ambassadors Business Cards in OTT



On 1/17/06, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram redhat com> wrote:
> Nayyar Ahmed wrote:
>
> >Hi,
> >
> >I will add a point here, i.e. i am running my company and when i do
> >visit people i first make sure that they are informed about my visit,
> >or even for a sudden meeting, i just through my visiting card to the
> >person or sometime his/her Personal Assistant, what they find in my
> >visiting card is My Name and Company Name, while they some time keep
> >it for future contact, i.e. email,phone no. etc. but they never take
> >it out from their table draw to figure out what type of person i am?
> >or even what is my second name? or even what is the theme of my
> >company etc. etc.
> >
> >so in my experience visiting card is just to get started with some
> >one, the rest is our skills and code of conduct :)
> >
> >this is what i feel about visiting card.
> >thanks
> >
> There will be no company names as part of the ambassadors cards. If the
> person holding the card cannot understand the basic references include
> you have a high chance of not getting any responses further down the line.

i understand that, but i have given the example, like what people
think about visiting card, in my opinion this is not the issue. i tell
many people a day about me without giving him/her my visiting card.

one can promote fedora in many ways, even his/her visiting card  is
not well formated.
>
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>
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