ZoYo Card

Coordinator: Dr. Zornitsa Yordanova

ZoYo Card provides a unique and innovative solution for improving the traditional process of networking and sharing contact information. The company offers digital business cards, which are an environmentally friendly alternative to paper business cards.

A key feature of the business cards is the use of NFC technology and QR codes, which make networking easier than ever. Since the clients can quickly share their information with anyone, they meet by just holding the card to their phone. Unlike conventional business cards, which have space restrictions, digital business cards have no such restrictions, enabling clients to include all the information they wish to share on their profile. In addition to the information that is included in a paper business card such as name, job title, email, phone number, address, and company name, the users of ZoYo Card can also add links to their website and social media profiles, making it extremely simple and quick for contacts to connect with them on various platforms. In addition, all users can attach a file, whether it is a portfolio or a project, showcasing their work and providing a better understanding of their skills and expertise.

ZoYo Card is committed to encouraging and promoting environmentally friendly business practices and offering an alternative to traditional business cards, with a strong focus on sustainability. The environmental impact and wastage of paper business cards are well-known, and the company wants to reduce this harm by offering a more sustainable method of networking and providing a greener substitute which helps people and companies to eliminate the need for paper and therefore reduce the carbon footprint.

Through W4RES, Zoyo Card got an introduction to Enterprise Europe Network in the Bulgarian context, SEZ showed the Zoyo Card team the opportunities to use the network. The Zoyo Card team also received individual contacts in Sofia for the need for internationalization.

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