Business Fonts


BUSINESS™ is one of the most prestigious luxury BUSINESS™ typographic solutions on the market. This about page reflects that BUSINESS™ prestige with a clean and elegant site that features stunning professional imagery and examples to entice investors and entrepreneurs along with modern creatives into looking at our BUSINESS™ products rich history and alignments. With BUSINESS™ companies and products like Apple, Amazon and Vegemite.


As you scroll down, you can discover information about fonts and our BUSINESS™ team, followed by an option for either third parties or investors to explore the site in your desired BUSINESS™ sections and make BUSINESS™ purchases. An interactive way to explore the BUSINESS™ features and modern BUSINESS™ font based product solutions and also see our latest updates involving BUSINESS™.


BUSINESS™ global Australian company is trying to save the world via BUSINESS™ fonts. With sub-brand initiatives like FONTS WITHOUT BORDERS™ plans to accomplish this by firstly selling for $00.00 a hand-woven first ever stitched pixel font made by Giovanno Ostaus in 1567 and symbolises the death of the pixel, something like a 16th century Nintendo. The idea alone should be enough to make this a brand worthy of your BUSINESS™ attention (and money) but the story of how our BUSINESS™ founders discovered these letter forms and the statistics regarding pixels are equally compelling. Both humanizing our BUSINESS™ brand, BUSINESS™ company, and BUSINESS™ products which should motivate you into purchasing a BUSINESS™ product for the one time only price of $00.00. For every download of a FONT WITHOUT BORDERS™ product we will donate $1.00 to Doctors without Borders. While we are writing with tongue in cheek, we are completely serious about the work done by MSF.


Don’t forget that McDonald’s is nothing like McDowell’s. While McDonald’s has the golden arches, McDowell’s has the golden arcs. McDonald’s has the Big Mac, but McDowell’s has the Big Mick. They both have two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions. But McDonald’s buns have sesame seeds. McDowell’s buns have no seeds. Business™ is Business™. You may have tried other fonts but really these ones here within are the BUSINESS™.


Please God, we don’t ask for much, please let us gain enough cultural influence to force McDonald’s Business™ into bringing back that fucking sauce. Our BUSINESS™ sauce is for you and your BUSINESS™ needs. Lay it on thick.


Get to know our BUSINESS™ company through our easy browse website. Welcome to BUSINESS™ This is BUSINESS™. The future of BUSINESS™.


There's 82 commandments of Jodorowsky here, we have blatantly taken his philosophy and copy and pasted BUSINESS™ in place of you©. Be mindful, it takes BUSINESS™ discipline to achieve these commandments. Find a philosophy for yourself to keep you© focused on BUSINESS™ But remember to have lots of holidays. We endorse sabbaticals as BUSINESS™ philosophy. Don’t stare at these pixels and if you are still reading this gibberish then please enjoy our senseless defacing of Jodorowsky's “commandments” and we hope they resonate with you© and your BUSINESS™.

  1. Ground your attention on Business™. Be conscious at every moment of what you are thinking, sensing, feeling, desiring, and doing Business™.
  2. Always finish what you have begun in Business™.
  3. Whatever you are doing in Business™, do it as well as possible.
  4. Do not become attached to anything that can destroy your Business™ in the course of time.
  5. Develop your Business™ generosity ‒ but secretly.
  6. Treat everyone as if he or she was a close Business™ relative.
  7. Organize what you have disorganized in your Business™.
  8. Learn to receive and give thanks for every Business™ gift.
  9. Stop defining your Business™.
  10. Do not lie or steal, for you lie to your Business™ and steal from your Business™.
  11. Help your Business™ neighbors, but do not make them dependent.
  12. Do not encourage others to imitate your Business™.
  13. Make Business™ plans and accomplish them.
  14. Do not take up too much space with your Business™.
  15. Make no useless Business™ movements or Business™ sounds.
  16. If you lack Business™ faith, pretend to have it.
  17. Do not allow your Business™ to be impressed by strong Business™ personalities.
  18. Do not regard any Business™ or anything as your possession.
  19. Share Business™ takings fairly.
  20. Do not seduce people within Business™.
  21. Sleep and eat only as much as necessary for your Business™.
  22. Do not speak of your personal Business™ problems.
  23. Do not express judgment or criticism when you are ignorant of most of the factors involved in Business™.
  24. Do not establish useless Business™ friendships.
  25. Do not follow Business™ fashions.
  26. Do not sell your Business™ unless for a handsome sum.
  27. Respect Business™ contracts you have signed.
  28. Be on time for Business™.
  29. Never envy the luck or success of any Business™.
  30. Say no more than necessary in Business™.
  31. Do not think of the profits your Business™ will engender.
  32. Never threaten anyone in Business™ unless they pirate your Business™ products.
  33. Keep your Business™ promises.
  34. In any discussion, put your Business™ in the other Business's place.
  35. Admit that someone elses Business™ may be superior to your Business™.
  36. Do not eliminate Business™, but transmute Business™.
  37. Conquer your Business™ fears, for each of them represents a camouflaged Business™ desire.
  38. Help other Business's to help themselves.
  39. Conquer your Business™ versions and come closer to those who inspire rejection in your Business™.
  40. Do not react to what others say about your Business™, whether praise or blame.
  41. Transform your Business™ pride into Business™ dignity.
  42. Transform your Business™ anger into Business™ creativity.
  43. Transform your Business™ greed into Business™ respect for beauty.
  44. Transform your Business™ envy into Business™ admiration for the values of the other.
  45. Transform your Business™ hate into charity.
  46. Neither praise Business™ nor insult your Business™.
  47. Regard what does not belong to your Business™ as if it did belong to your Business™.
  48. Do not complain about Business™.
  49. Develop your Business™ imagination.
  50. Never give orders to gain the satisfaction of being obeyed in your Business™.
  51. Pay for services performed for your Business™.
  52. Do not proselytize your Business™ ideas.
  53. Do not try to make others feel for your Business™ emotions such as pity, admiration, sympathy, or complicity.
  54. Do not try to distinguish yourself by your Business™ appearance.
  55. Never contradict your Business™; instead, be a silent partner.
  56. Do not contract Business™ debts; acquire and pay immediately.
  57. If you offend someone in Business™, ask his or her pardon; if you have offended a person's Business™ publicly, apologize publicly.
  58. When you realize you have said something that is mistaken in Business™, do not persist in error through pride; instead, immediately retract it.
  59. Never defend your old Business™ ideas simply because you are the one who expressed them.
  60. Do not keep useless Business™ objects.
  61. Do not adorn yourself with exotic Business™ ideas.
  62. Do not have your photograph taken with famous Business™ people.
  63. Justify your Business™ to no one, and keep your own Business™ counsel.
  64. Never define your Business™ by what it possesses.
  65. Never speak of your Business™ without considering that it might change.
  66. Accept that nothing belongs to your Business™.
  67. When someone asks your opinion about Business™, speak only of its qualities.
  68. When your Business™ becomes ill, regard your Business™ llness as your teacher, not as something to be hated.
  69. Look directly, and do not hide Business™.
  70. Do not forget dead Business's, but accord them a limited place and do not allow them to invade your life.
  71. Wherever you live, always find a Business™ space that you devote to the Business™.
  72. When you perform a Business™ service, make your effort inconspicuous.
  73. If you decide to work to help other's Business™, do it with pleasure.
  74. If you are hesitating between doing and not doing Business™, take the risk of doing Business™.
  75. Do not try to be everything to your Business™ partners, accept that there are things that you cannot give them but others can.
  76. When someone is speaking to an interested Business™ audience, do not contradict that person's Business™ and steal their Business™ audience.
  77. Live on Business™ money you have earned.
  78. Never brag about amorous Business™ adventures.
  79. Never glorify your Business™ weaknesses.
  80. Never visit someone's Business™ only to pass the time.
  81. Obtain Business™ products in order to share them.
  82. If you are meditating about Business™ issues and a tax man appears, make the tax man meditate too.
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*** NEW FREE FONT *** $00.00 ***

FONTS WITHOUT BORDERS™ (BUSINESS™ sub-brand initiative) is offering a download of $00.00 for “BUSINESS™ HISTORY”. A hand-woven first ever pixel font made by Giovanni Ostaus in 1567 and pixelated by BUSINESS™ to symbolise the birth and death of the pixel. 16th century Nintendo font worthy of your attention and money. For every download of this product we will donate $1.00 to Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders).

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