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Maker Faire tip: How many cards and stickers to bring

Posted on Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 in Maker Faire, Videos by Ian

We lugged 50 pounds of business cards to our first Maker Faire, it was way to many. Now we take two small Seeed boxes of cards to the Bay Area Maker Faire, and one to smaller Faires like New York, Tokyo, and Shenzhen. The same rule seems to work for stickers too.

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  1. macegr says:

    We take about 1000-2000 full size postcard-style handouts with a brightly colored photos, information, QR code, etc. We usually run out of them at Maker Faire. If we have a few left over, we throw them into shipments.

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