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Office Depot enhances print services portfolio

July 23, 2020

Office Depot announced a new collaboration with Canva, the world’s fastest growing design platform.

Canva’s graphic design solutions paired with the printing services offered on officedepot.com are now available to help small business customers keep business going during this pivotal time.

“Whether small businesses are preparing to open their doors or never shut down, we’re here to help them accomplish more as they restore operations, restock their office and reconnect with their customers,” said John Gannfors, Executive Vice President and Chief Merchandising and Supply Chain Officer for Office Depot. “The addition of Canva’s easy-to-use graphic design functionality enables our small business customers to easily build their brand with eye-catching print marketing materials that can help them keep business going.”

The new collaboration integrates Canva’s user-friendly drag-and-drop design interface found on officedepot.com’s print services section. Small business owners can now create professional marketing materials like flyers and posters to let their community know that they are open for business.

With new templates added monthly, tailored to a variety of industries, it is simple to customise marketing materials with a company logo and imagery within a few clicks. Customers can also access royalty-free photography along with tools such as frames, shapes, fonts and thousands of colour options where small businesses can get approximate matches to their brand standards.

“In recent months we’ve entered a new normal across the globe and businesses have recognized the need for more collaborative, more affordable and more user-friendly business support solutions,” said Aaron Day, Global Partnerships Lead for Canva. “Together with Office Depot, Canva is simplifying the design to print process by bringing the power of technology from online into the mainstream. Now customers can enjoy more choice, more flexibility and all the support they need to reopen their business.”

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