Some common uses for name badges include identifying workers, securing access to sensitive business locations, building a brand and helping resolve emergency situations. The versatile nature of badges allows a single bad... More »

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Magnetic badges are name tags or other identification badges that attach to clothing using a magnetic fastener rather than a pin. As of 2015, they are available from retailers such as House of Magnets and Staples. More »

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Create identification badges using one of the many free online software application available for this purpose, such as the Badge Maker from Big Huge Labs. Another site, Easy ID Card, allows the design of free ID cards t... More »

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The reusable putty-like adhesive used to hang posters on walls was originally sold under the brand name of Blu-Tack. Variations of the product are available for purchase under such names as Sticky Name, Fun-Tak, and Elme... More »

A cardstock folder with a built-in three-ring binder is called a "Duo-Tang" in Canada; this is an example of a “proprietary eponym,” which is when a brand name becomes synonymous with the category. Duo-Tang, as a brand, ... More »

According to Bob Kelly of the Houston Chronicle, first aid workers must be able to think quickly in emergency situations and handle changing demands in response to the needs of an injured patient. They must also be able ... More »

As of 2015, the Office Depot website offers templates for many paper or labeling projects, such as business cards, calendars, name badges, bumper sticks and brochures. The website also has a section dedicated to business... More »

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