print24 Expands its Global Presence to North America
FRANKFURT—Dec. 15, 2009—print24, the online one-stop shop for printing needs, announced today it's expanding its global presence to offer its services in the U.S. and Canada through newly formed partnerships in Seattle and Calgary. print24 is part of unitedprint.com SE, Europe's leader in the field of web2print, and provides convenient, affordable and high-quality print products 24 hours a day. By producing its printed materials exclusively with local printing partners, print24 will aid efforts to stimulate the local economies while increasing its value to North American customers.
With print24, organizations and individuals can order letterheads, posters, magazines, flyers, business cards, calendars, mouse pads and pocket folders to meet their business needs. Ready-to-print data can be sent to print24 by email or uploaded online, or customers can create their own design by taking advantage of print24's free design software that offers a range of templates. All printing services are delivered to your door within 1-7 days.
Online printing allows the production and delivery of printed materials to no longer have to be stationary and restricted to regional providers. It offers complete price transparency and democratizes the print market by offering consumers the opportunity to easily compare the offerings of multiple vendors, regardless of their geographic location, to determine the best printing partner. Web-to-print gives everyone including individual consumers, small and medium-sized businesses, large enterprises and the public sector the opportunity to have high-quality printing at an affordable price.
"Our primary objective is to help our customers around the world achieve both personal and business success so we are thrilled to now offer our printing services in North America to help satisfy a need for quality, low-cost printing services at their convenience," said David Gornickel, head of marketing for print24. "We're encouraged by the success we've had in Europe and are looking forward to replicating that success in North America as more and more companies look to cut costs in today's economic market."