> MyPublisher Acquires Digital Scrapbooking Startup How Fast Time Flies
MyPublisher Acquires Digital Scrapbooking Startup How Fast Time Flies
MyPublisher, which specializes in photography-focused personalized printed products, has acquired How Fast Time Flies, a digital scrapbooking startup.
Founded in 2007 by Cathy Bennett, How Fast Time Flies lets people print individual 12 by 12 inch pages using its proprietary digi-scrapbook application.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Bennett will be joining MyPublisher full-time.
Carl Navarre, founder and CEO of MyPublisher, said How Fast Time Flies is a “perfect fit” for his company, which has been around since 1995:
“For some time we have been looking to expand our business through acquisition.
And at the same time we have been looking to leverage our personalized, custom printing capabilities beyond the photo book category into personalized cards, stationery and scrapbook products. Acquiring How Fast Time Flies allows us to do both at the same time.”
Source: MyPublisher Acquires Digital Scrapbooking Startup How Fast Time Flies
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