"I see Cybercard as an outstanding opportunity," says Mr Armour. "It combines two lots of technical change - the internet and digital printing - in order to provide a unique product and service. The world greeting cards market will be worth pounds 15bn by 2005, so a mere 0.4 per cent market share would give Cybercard sales of pounds 60m."
It is a welcome end to a year in which Cybercard won the Cambridgeshire Small Business award for Best New Business Concept. The cyber greeting card is a godsend for those who only remember birthdays and anniversaries after they have missed the last post. It is tailored to individual needs and emailed straight to the desktop of a loved one.