Today, we announced big news—Tiny Prints will be merging with Shutterfly. Two small companies, formerly competitors in a sea of giants. Together we will remain a David, but a stronger one amongst the Goliaths.
Shutterfly and Tiny Prints will remain independent and operate as usual until the transaction is closed. We will maintain separate brands, and all of our passionate, entrepreneurial employees will join us in this new venture. We are excited to bring together two companies with uncompromising commitment to customer service, world-class products, premium quality and innovation with equal commitments to building passionate and healthy company cultures.
It’s been an exciting day here to say the least. We are proud to be a part of this amazing combination and also look forward to the hard work that it will take to realize the dreams of this partnership. When we started talking to our friends at Shutterfly, it was astounding how similar our missions were—helping our customers transform life’s moments into lasting impressions and sharing them with joy. We share the same fierce commitment to our wonderful customers and an unwavering dedication to our teams and core values. By combining, we look forward to serving you even better in the day ahead.
Don’t expect any changes in how we serve you. We will continue to over-deliver on our promises to you, review every photo, look for every typo, and find every way to improve your end product. Your account, saved projects and orders will have no changes. Until the merger closes, we plan on going back to work on what we know how to do best—delighting our customers everyday. And after we officially tie the knot, we will only get better at it with our combined resources and talent.
Most importantly, thank you. Thank you for being part of this wonderful journey, and we look forward to sharing the next phase of our journey with you. We will be sharing very exciting news of what we do together in the coming months, so stay tuned!
About Ed Han, Tiny Prints CEO
Ed is one of the founders of Tiny Prints, and our current CEO. True to what you’d expect from one of the masterminds behind Tiny Prints, Ed sincerely loves not just the fresh look and stylish design of social stationery, but the heartfelt message behind it that motivates our customers to get together, keep in touch and send little rays of sunshine to eachother’s mailboxes. He currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, Polly, and his two beautiful children, Emily and Cooper.