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Helloprint thriving amid online print growth

In a bid to strength its online print platform, Helloprint has raised an additional multi-million-euro funding from existing investors.

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The Helloprint platform allows print producers to more easily sell products to customers online

Helloprint enables print producers to sell products to customers online via the Helloprint platform, taking away hassle from the producer, such as customer acquisition, artwork, and payment.

The additional investment will benefit customers and the growing number of more than 150 specialised print producers connected to the Helloprint system. With more orders shifting online, prices are kept low while service is kept high quality.

“Our growth evolves according to plan,” says Hans Scheffer, chief executive officer of Helloprint.

We are very grateful for the ongoing support and commitment of our investors


He continues: “We expect to cross the 50 million euro revenue line in 2018, a growth rate of approximately 50 percent compared to last year, the fourth full year since our inception. Our business model has proven itself over the last years, and we see interesting things happening in the fast-growing online print market.”

The Helloprint platform is currently live in seven European countries but the company hopes to expand on this.

Scheffer adds: “It is a 160 billion euro industry in Europe, where the majority of the orders are still being generated offline. Our focus for 2018 is to drive online adoption in our existing countries, but we are investing into the platform to be able to scale the Helloprint model across Europe.

“We are very grateful for the ongoing support and commitment of our investors.”


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