Cimpress will acquire BuildASign, provider of large-format printed products. The deal is worth approximately $280 million.
Vistaprint released an apology after a couple received what they felt were hateful pamphlets instead of the programs they ordered.
A Pittsburgh area same-sex couple was expecting to receive the wedding programs for their upcoming wedding from Vistaprint.
Several online resources have been launched by Vistaprint to provide business owners with education, information and inspiration.
Vistaprint has launched Promobox, a monthly subscription box service with products personalized for helping small business owners.
Two weeks ago, we reported that Vistaprint had opened its first brick-and-mortar storefront, Vistaprint Studio, in Toronto. The store offers an extension to what the e-commerce platform does — customized paper products and printing — but gives customers the chance to see products in a physical setting. So why is a company that built its brand and reputation as an online platform moving into the physical realm?
Cimpress will open its first U.S. manufacturing operation in Reno, Nev., with plans to add 150 new jobs.
Announcing its financial results, for the first quarter of fiscal year 2017, Cimpress reported an 18% revenue increase year over year.