Staples Canada partners with Canva to bring its cudtomers a huge library of templates to create and print custom designs

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Staples Canada (Richmond Hill, Ontario), has partnered with Canva, a world-leading visual communication platform, to bring thousands of graphic design templates and millions of design ingredients through its user-friendly interface for Solutionshop and staplesprint.ca customers. The partnership combines Canva’s design platform with Staples Canada’s Solutionshop printing services to help customers create custom-printed solutions. The new design templates will be available in more than 30 product categories starting with templates for posters, banners, labels, business cards, flyers, brochures, newsletters, menus and photobooks.

David Boone

“Whether you’re a small business owner looking to create health and safety signage or an entrepreneur creating marketing materials to launch a brand, the new design capabilities that are now available at Solutionshop will help you create something impactful,” said David Boone, CEO at Staples Canada. “We are pleased to be working with Canva to advance their mission to empower the world with design.” Canva’s user-friendly drag-and-drop design interface has also been integrated with staplesprint.ca to empower customers to design and create custom print materials quickly, easily and effectively.

“We’re thrilled to make it easier than ever for Staples customers to create impressive and impactful custom designs with the help of Canva’s rapidly growing suite of visual communication tools,” said Laura Haines, Group Lead for Print and Partnerships at Canva. “As the world becomes an increasingly visual place, it’s now more important than ever for teams and businesses of all sizes to have access to simple, affordable and powerful solutions to bring their creative vision to life.”

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