Me in the Telegraph’s ‘Top 50 Most Influential Britons in Technology’

Link to the article on the Telegraph website

Number 41: Richard Moross
Richard Moross is the man who made business cards cool. As the founder and chief executive of, he’s turned on-demand stationery printing in to an art form, allowing Moo customers to personalise their business cards, greetings cards, and almost everything else in between. In an age of Bluetooth and email, the old-fashioned business card may have been an unlikely candidate for a renaissance, but having struck deals with the likes of Flickr and Bebo to allow people to easily import photos and information from their social-networking site on to a card, Moross has shown that the digital age and the printed press can happily co-exist. Not bad for a debut business venture.

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