From its color and pattern to the length of its hair, the hide of a cow is a lot like its calling card.
Do its markings appear as black and white spots? Then grab a glass, as you’ve likely found a Holstein Friesian
, the highest-producing variety of dairy animal in the world.
Speaking of dairy, if you see a cow that looks more like an Oreo, either it works for Nabisco or you have a Belted Galloway
on your hands. (Probably the latter.)
If it’s solid black from nose to tail, you might ask it to stay for dinner. It could be an Aberdeen Angus
, the most common beef breed of cattle in the United States.
People certainly have more options than cows do when it comes to business cards, but every selection we make—from font and color to size, shape, and material—says a lot about us
Perhaps nowhere is this more understood than at MOO
, a London-based online printing company of customizable business cards.
However, MOO may have taken the liberty of already designing your next business card, complete with job title: PR manager
Based in Boston, this is a new role on MOO’s brand and communications team. In it, you would oversee public relations and media outreach functions on behalf of the company as it expands its brand and services into the U.S. market.
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