www.bourncreative.com/44-different-holiday-card-messages-for-small-businesses

Nov 22, 2010 ... Here are 44 different small business holiday card messages: Warmest greetings and best wishes for the new year; May the magic and the ...

www.cnbc.com/2017/12/08/hallmark-greeting-cards-have-adjusted-to-the-digital-revolution.html

Dec 9, 2017 ... "You know the core of our business is really the individual greeting cards, the ones you pick out specifically for somebody else," Roy told CNBC ...

xconomy.com/boston/2018/01/03/lovepop-unseals-12-5m-to-grow-3d-pop-up-greeting-card-business

Jan 3, 2018 ... Greeting cards aren't a traditional venture capital-backed business, but Lovepop's backers say there's an opportunity to shake up a large ...

www.businessinsider.com/how-an-111-year-old-brand-is-reviving-greeting-cards-for-a-digital-age-2017-7

Jul 24, 2017 ... American Greetings is flipping how greeting cards have been traditionally ... American Greetings' chief marketing officer, told Business Insider.

www.marfield.com/greetings

Jan 10, 2018 ... marfield.com/when-to-use-ra… So, you've sent your printer files, and now they tell you they need vector art! Please read…

www.beniciamagazine.com/December-2017/From-Papyrus-Scrolls-To-Digital-Missives-Greeting-Cards-Are-Still-Beloved

Greeting cards have come a long way since their roots in ancient China. Print and digital, greeting cards are as popular today as ever—check out our historic ...

www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/02/why-are-greeting-cards-so-expensive/273086

Feb 14, 2013 ... Business ... Other greeting cards in the turnstile were selling for closer to $5. It made me wonder: If so many greeting cards are just cheesy ...

bizfluent.com/how-2060280-start-greeting-card-business.html

Starting a greeting card business can be really exciting if you love words and verse. If writing comes naturally to you, then this business is for you. Greeting card ...

jezebel.com/be-glad-youre-not-in-the-dying-greeting-card-business-1716743936

Jul 9, 2015 ... Things aren't going great for the greeting-card business, and it's probably the Internet's fault. Ain't it always?