Moo.com is my go-to for printing business cards, stickers, and stationery. Their quality is fantastic and I love being able to order everything online. Below is some info from the website.
MOO makes life a little less virtual.
We’re an online print and design company that is passionate about great design and the difference it can make to our customers and the world.
MOO launched back in 2006 with the aim to disrupt the $640 billion global print industry and make great design available to all by combining professional design with the accessibility and reach of the web.
We want to set a new standard for print, with remarkable new products that bring great design and uncompromising, high standards to the web. Whilst many other printers have chosen to use new technologies to simply reduce the costs of printing (and often the quality), we strive to make print not only cost-effective but better than ever before.
We believe in the power of great design
Design is key to everything MOO does.
Design helps us stand out: from the clothes we wear, to the homes we live in, to the business cards we use. Design tells a story about us and what we stand for.
But professional-quality design has traditionally been expensive or out of reach for most people; we want to change this. We’re passionate about helping people of all abilities design the best looking and highest quality print products: products that will help them or their business look great.
Our company vision is simple but ambitious: “great design for everyone”.
More about MOO…
MOO is an award-winning online print and design company.
MOO prints millions of cards a month and has hundreds of thousands of customers in over 200 countries. MOO has also become a much-loved brand, with a 75% NetPromoter rating.
The company has won 3 Webby awards, has been profiled in the Financial Times, and was ranked in the top 10 UK start-up companies by the Guardian Newspaper. MOO has offices in London and Stratford, UK as well as Providence and Boston, USA.
MOO has also raised over $5m in venture capital from the Accelerator Group, Index Ventures and Atlas Venture, the investors behind Skype, Betfair, Lovefilm, ASOS and MySQL.