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To save space, credentials are typically listed as abbreviations on a business card. Generally, the abbreviations are appended to the end of a person's name, separated by commas, in the order of importance.

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The other rule is that you don't put credentials on your card which are not relevant to the business being presented by that card. So, if Jane Smith is both an Attorney and a CPA, well those are related credentials and she can and should put both. But, if John Smith is both an MD and a CPA, it's gonna depend on what his business is.

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How to List Degrees on a Business Card. So now that you’ve realized that listing your MS in Civil Engineering is really going to help you in your freelance construction consulting firm, what is the best way to do it? There are a few ways to list your professional designations on a business card.

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impressive credentials that many AOM practitioners hold. Judging from the variety of ways these credentials are displayed on business cards, publications, and everywhere else, there is much confusion about how to use and list credentials correctly. AOM practitioners who devote years to earning their credentials should proudly display them;

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So you’re about to get a stack of business cards printed but you’re on the horns of a dilemma – should you add ‘MBA’ as a suffix to your name on your visiting card? Surely, two gruelling years at B School and the many thousands of dollars you spent to get that degree have earned you the ...

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Professional designations and degrees on business cards and e-mail signatures [duplicate] ... It would be like calling one's self a "medical doctor" without the right credentials, and you can be fined heavily for it. ... That best way to do that is to either put a more subtle color contrast on the suffix and/or make them smaller.

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Hi Dave: In my opinion,I think you should place your credentials behind your name on a business card because it is an accomplishment of hard work and it also tells the receiving party they are dealing with someone that has expertise and knowledge in a certain area of interest.

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A business card gives basic details you want the recipient to remember about you such as your name, your employer -- or your business name -- and your contact information. You can also list your educational qualifications on your business card, which may boost your credibility depending on the profession. Typically, ...

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mentioning credentials (MS, MBA, PMP) in your business card ... I personally don't see anything wrong with putting your credentials on your business card. If you use your business card as means of ...

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Email Address. Besides including your academic credentials, business cards are the proper place to list other forms of communication. In today's electronic society, including your email address is ...