Officeworks has launched a new partnership with design platform Canva to make it easier to create personalised designs, with thousands of new templates and designs created by Canva now available in Officeworks’ Print & Create offering.
Customers can access the service online and can either have their personally designed product arrive via post or be made available through click-and-collect.
“We know our customers choose to use our Print & Create business for a variety of purposes, whether it’s creating a new logo and marketing collateral for their business, capturing memories on canvas or print, or personalising stationery for work or for their children,” said Officeworks’ managing director Sarah Hunter.
“We are thrilled to bring together Canva’s design capabilities and our printing experience in one easy journey for our customers.”
Canva was recently raised around US$71 million, according to the Motley Fool, and could be valued at around $40 billion.
The partnership will allow customers to utilise Canva’s designs on products such as a-frames, pull-up banners, corflute signs, flyers, brochures, invitations, letterheads, and more.
Canva’s global partnerships lead Aaron Day said the integration will go a long way to allow Officeworks’ customers to communicate their own ideas in their creations.
“From small business owners creating business cards to office managers designing and printing posters, this exciting integration will empower anyone to seamlessly bring their designs to life,” Day said.