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Vexels, the tech startup which provides millions of users with print-on-demand design solutions, has announced a partnership with Printful, the producer of custom clothing, accessories, and home furnishing products. The new agreement aims to ‘bring high-quality designs and products to thousands of print-on-demand sellers around the world.’

The two companies, which believe that their similar backgrounds and growth trajectories make them ‘perfect partners’, say their goal is to provide sellers across the globe with ‘an increasingly streamlined and seamless production process for any and all of their stores.’

Printful, which is in the process of opening a new UK fulfilment centre, adds that its users will gain access to Vexel’s library of high-quality design assets, seamlessly integrated into Printful’s Design Maker tool, allowing for faster product creation.

Davis Siksnans, CEO and co-founder of Printful, expanded, ‘Printful strives to provide an A–Z eCommerce service, and this partnership will serve as a valuable addition to the design process for our customers. With the help of our partners at Vexels, we found designs tailored to different categories and audiences, from anime and funny animals to body positivity and feminism. Vexels provided us with the most trendy and in-demand designs on their end.’

Vexels CEO Matías Colotuzzo added, ‘Printful’s commitment to giving their customers the tools and resources they need to succeed in a competitive market has positioned them as the leader in the Print-on-demand industry. This partnership will give the Printful community access to Vexels’ carefully crafted and thoughtfully curated content. We look forward to growing alongside Printful as we help their customers bring their ideas to life.’