It looks like German Incubator Rocket Internet has been aggressively rolling out several businesses in India, over the past few months. The incubator has now launched Printvenue, an online printing service in India. This was first reported by IndiaDigitalReview. Printvenue offers various online printing solutions including printing of business cards, card holders, stamps, notepads, and letter heads for businesses and corporates. The official website also suggests that the portal will be offering leaflets/flyers, banners, posters, poster strips, invitation cards and recycled paper products in the future. The company claims to offer over 1000 contemporary designs for professionals to choose for their products and intends to target the small and medium business at its primary customers, as indicated by the IndiaDigitalReview report. When we tried it, we observed that the site was offering free printing of 100 business cards, although it's worth noting that these cards will come with Printvenue branding. The site also offers premium business cards starting at Rs 200 for 100 cards and laminated business cards starting at Rs 250 for 100 cards. One can choose between various categories or professions to browse through different card templates, personalize with their information to preview the card, choose their preferred paper material and finish from matte, textured, metallic and recycled paper among others and place an order. However, if the business already has a readymade design, they can simply upload the design and the company logo into one of the card formats available on the portal and place an order. At present, the…
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