Canon Europe acquires to expand mobile printing capabilities

L-R: Deon Botha, co-founder of, Fionn Concannon, co-founder and managing director of, Alberto Spinelli, senior director of digital services at Canon Europe, Charlie Carpenter, CEO and co-founder of

Canon Europe has acquired, a mobile e-commerce platform specialising in personalised print to enable the company to make image printing accessible to all via any device.

This adds an important new focus area into Canon’s digital services portfolio, enabling the company to offer an unrivalled print ecosystem.

Alberto Spinelli, senior director of digital services at Canon Europe, said: “Bringing into the Canon group of companies is our latest move to expand Canon’s digital services offering, by making mobile printing ubiquitous. There is a fast-growing trend of consumers who want to shop for customised products and do it in an easy way from their mobile devices. The combination of Canon’s high quality printing technologies and’s easy-to-use solutions will create an unrivalled portfolio of print products, accessible to customers everywhere through existing and new imaging apps.”

Charlie Carpenter, CEO and co-founder of added: “Today is a huge day for the team, reflecting the success of our relentless ambition to deliver a mobile personalised print solution, globally. We are excited to combine our innovative technology platform with Canon’s digital services portfolio to lead a new print era together.  We are inspired that Canon shares our vision to become the internet’s print button, embedded into any imaging app or website. hosts hundreds of app clients around the world and together with Canon we will be able to enhance their service, to help them generate new revenue and engage with their users in a much more meaningful way.”

The acquisition will also allow Canon’s B2B partners and customers to explore new business opportunities, while retailers will be able to offer a complete end-to-end online personalised print solution to their customers, both online and in-store.  Print service providers will be able to easily plug the solution into their existing infrastructures and gain access to new revenue streams.

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