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FedEx Office and Canva Redefine What’s Possible with Launch of Digital Content and Design-to-Print Marketplace

As America reopens, this new alliance gives business owners and entrepreneurs access to tailored content, creative design and affordable next-day printing

FedEx Office, a world-class provider of convenient, state-of-the-art printing, packing and shipping services and subsidiary of FedEx Corp.and Australian-born online design platform Canva, the leading content and creative design platform, have joined forces to create a digital design-to-print marketplace making it easier for businesses to create the professionally printed materials they need to get back to business quickly and safely.

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The new alliance brings together, for the first time, the nationwide network of FedEx Office stores with the world’s fastest growing online design platform from Canva, which offers millions of images and illustrations, an extensive library of templates, and a simple drag-and-drop interface. Together, FedEx Office and Canva empower business owners and consumers to design virtually anything and print at more than 2,000 FedEx Office locations across the U.S.

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“Small and mid-sized businesses across the nation are working to reopen their doors, and we are here to help them at a time when they have limited resources and a significant challenge to reconnect with their customers,” said FedEx Office EVP and Chief Operating Officer Kim Dixon. “We understand what they need, and we are uniquely capable of providing both custom materials and ready-to-print signs and graphics that support their back to business plans.”

One in five small business owners said external marketing and communications are some of the major challenges they are facing as they look to reopen, according to a new survey from FedEx Office. They have new print needs as they update their policies to create a safe environment for customers and employees, but they don’t have big budgets to spend. FedEx Office and Canva offer the solution. Choosing from Canva’s extensive library of customizable drag and drop designs and content that includes stock photography, illustrations and fonts, customers can create their own professional-looking flyers, postcards, disposable menus and more from fedex.com on any device, with next day printing on many requests available at their local FedEx Office store.

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