Canva Print launches in HK

  • EASY-TO-USE PRINT SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE IN SEA: SINGAPORE, MALAYSIA, HONG KONG, TAIWAN, MACAU, THAILAND, INDONESIA, VIETNAM, PHILIPPINES AND BRUNEI

  • CANVA USERS CAN DESIGN AND PRINT BUSINESS CARDS, FLYERS, POSTERS, INVITATIONS AND LETTERHEADS

  • AVAILABLE IN OVER 100 LANGUAGES INCLUDING SIMPLIFIED AND TRADITIONAL CHINESE, BAHASA INDONESIAN, BAHASA MALAY, THAI, VIETNAMESE AND TAGALOG

 

 

Hong Kong, February 29, 2019 – Online design and publishing tool Canva has announced the launch of Canva Print in Hong Kong, a new service that gives everyone the ability to print their Canva designs professionally and have them delivered straight to their door. The print-on-demand service is now available to Canva users across 10 SEA countries, including Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines and Brunei.

 

In a partnership with KHL Printing, one of the largest printing companies in Southeast Asia, Canva Print will support a variety of professional print formats, including hard copy posters, business cards, flyers, postcards, portrait and square invitations, and letterheads, which will be delivered to users in 2-3 business days – all with a simple click of a button from within the Canva platform.

 

Canva Print’s Jim Towle said, “Canva is a simple to use design tool with thousands of templates for almost anything: business cards, restaurant menus, wedding invitations, event posters and more. While Canva designs are suitable for sharing online, a lot of our users still require printed copies. Together with KHL, we are streamlining the design and printing process to give our users easy access to professional prints.”

 

In addition to Southeast Asia, Canva Print is available in the US, Mexico, Europe and in Australia and New Zealand. The company also plans on extending its print services to apparel and other formats this year.

 

To learn more about Canva Print visit https://www.canva.com/zh_hk/print/

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