You probably want to organise a scavenger hunt. A scavenger hunt is an excellent game to build leadership, encourage creativity, and promote communication amongst the players. Also, it is a lot of fun!
You know what is a Business Card QR Code. A QR Code on business card helps you share much more information than a traditional business card.
For example—a traditional business card provides only general contact details (such as name, mobile number, and email ID). But a QR Code Business Card allows you share much more details such as website, address, work phone, cell phone, and fax no.
Also, with a traditional business card, people have to take out their phone, unlock it, type your contact details, and then save you as a contact on their phone. Since this takes a lot of time and effort, they often simply skip doing it.
But say you want to create QR Codes in large numbers. This may be for use cases such as:
1. QR Code labels for inventory management 2. Business card QR Codes for all the employees in your company 3. QR Codes to show product information through their packaging 4. Serial code QR Codes to authenticate each one of your products 5. Scavenger hunt/nature trail QR Codes to engage the participants
You have a QR Code use case and you know how to make a QR Code. But you need QR Codes in large numbers.
This is true if you have one of the following use cases or requirements:
a. Generate QR Code business cards for all employees of a company
b. QR Code labels for tracking inventory
c. QR Codes on ID cards or documents for verification
d. Running a survey with a unique QR Code on each survey flyer
e. Unique batch information on each product
Or you could have one of the hundred other use cases that require you to generate QR Codes in bulk.