Vistaprint

Cimpress (Vistaprint) Reports Q2 Results Showing Revenue Growth of 19 Percent Year-Over-Year
January 29, 2015

Reporting financial results from the second quarter fiscal year 2015, Cimpress announced its revenue grew 19 percent year over year to $439.9 million. Excluding the impact of currency exchange rate fluctuations and revenue from businesses acquired during the past twelve months, revenue grew 7 percent year over year. "We delivered good results across the business in our second quarter," stated Robert Keane, president and CEO.

Renamed Cimpress Vows to Invest Hundreds of Millions
December 1, 2014

The parent company of Vistaprint and other Web-to-print brands has changed its name to Cimpress N.V. It plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars over the next five years to develop proprietary software and production technology, in order to evolve its operational capabilities into a shared mass-customization platform (MCP).

Printer News
December 1, 2014

Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ December 2014 edition, including Burton & Mayer, Flesh Co., Kay Printing, Western States Envelope & Label, Dickinson Press, Dscoop, Capital Imaging, Beeline and Blue, HP, Arandell Corp., Cimpress and Vistaprint.

Online Provider Vistaprint Changes Name to Cimpress
November 21, 2014

VENLO, THE NETHERLANDS—The parent company of Vistaprint and other Web-to-print brands has changed its name to Cimpress N.V. The company plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars over the next five years in the development of proprietary software and production technology, in order to evolve its operational capabilities into a shared mass-customization platform (MCP). The Cimpress MCP will aggregate the production volumes of the Cimpress portfolio of brands.

Vistaprint Parent Renamed to Cimpress N.V., Plans Major Investment in Mass Customization Platform
November 17, 2014

The parent company of Vistaprint has changed its name to Cimpress N.V. In addition, it plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars into developing a proprietary software and production technology known as a mass customization platform (MCP). Changing the corporate name to Cimpress clarifies the distinction between the corporate entity, its MCP and the company’s growing portfolio of customer-facing brands.