HAMILTON, BERMUDA—Business-to-consumer online printing specialist VistaPrint and FedEx Office have developed a new application for designing, ordering and printing business stationery and marketing materials. Customers will be able to design and order their customized products online at fedexoffice.com or in-person at any of the 1,600 FedEx Office Print & Ship Centers in the United States.
Printing Impressions' Upfront Commercial Printer news for October 2008.
HAMILTON, BERMUDA—Claiming that three of its patents related to browser-based tools have been infringed, VistaPrint Technologies—a wholly owned subsidiary of VistaPrint—has filed a lawsuit against 123Print Inc. and Drawing Board, subsidiaries of North Mankato, MN-based Taylor Corp. In papers filed with the U.S. District Court in Minnesota, VistaPrint alleges that 123Print and Drawing Board have infringed and continue to infringe three patents, titled “computerized prepress authoring for document creation,” “browser-based computerized prepress,” and “computerized prepress.” VistaPrint is seeking an injunction to stop 123Print and Drawing Board from offering the allegedly infringing services to present and future companies, along with payment for damages. “We must take action against
HAMILTON, BERMUDA—May 16, 2007 —VistaPrint, an online supplier of high-quality graphic design services and customized printed products to small businesses and consumers, today announced the availability of new printed T-Shirts. VistaPrint continues to build on its already robust manufacturing processes by investing to standardize and automate the T-Shirt printing process from design all the way through to production. Available in five sizes, VistaPrint T-Shirts are easy to design and order with prices starting at just $9.49 for one T-Shirt. “While we have traditionally focused on printed products such as business cards and postcards, offering a new type of product is exciting for us because