printivo-c0-founders, has launched a new program called Printivo for Resellers. The online printing company launched the platform to allow graphic designers, photographers, event planners, marketers, freelancers and creative agencies place bulk orders for themselves and on behalf of the end user.

This platform will allow individuals or firms to earn as high as a 20% discount all year round, subject to terms and conditions.

In their press release, Printivo stated that the program is focused on “helping small businesses order print faster, cheaper and better via its web2print platform and get amazing discounts.”

“We launched Reseller to help graphic designers, freelancers, photographers and other creative professionals order print products for their customers and still make a great margin on each order.

With Printivo for Resellers, creative professionals can ship printed products directly to their clients, get constant discounts, free sample packs and a dedicated account executive. What this means is that they can focus on the most important part of their business while Printivo takes care of the printing and logistics,” says Oluyomi Ojo, CEO of Printivo.

What this means is, if you’re into printing and graphic designing, you can sell your services to clients through Printivo’s platform. You will handle the design and deal with clients, while Printivo handles printing and delivery.

“We are expanding our product categories to meet the rapid increase in demand and cover products that our customers would love to order. The idea is to ensure small scale businesses never have to worry about anything print again,” concludes Oluyomi Ojo.

The Reseller Program attracts an annual membership fee of NGN 20,000 (Twenty thousand naira) but at the moment, you get free membership for the next one year.

To be a part of the program, visit the Printivo website and apply there. Once you do that, the Printivo team will review your application and approve it if it meets all the criteria.

David Adeleke Author

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