|Traded as||NASDAQ: PRSS|
|Fred Durham (CEO)|
Type of site
|Alexa rank||2,124 (April 2014[update])|
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CafePress, Inc. is an American online retailer of stock and user-customized on demand products. The company was founded in San Mateo, California, but is now headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky along with its production facility. In 2001, CafePress.com won the People's Voice Webby Award in the Commerce category.
CafePress.com sells T-shirts, bags, mugs, wall clocks, calendars, and a myriad of other products. Customers can upload their own graphics design, logo or text, which will be added to the product by CafePress. CafePress.com also offers print on demand services for wall art and stationery. The site also allows the user to have a virtual CafePress "shop" including an online storefront and website hosting, order management, fulfillment, payment processing, and customer service.
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CafePress, Inc. was founded as a privately owned company in 1999 by Fred Durham and Maheesh Jain. As of February 2006, the site hosts over 2.6 million online shops with over 200 million products. As of March 2011, CafePress.com has more than 13 million members and over 325 million products are available on the site.
In June 2011, CafePress filed with the SEC to raise up to $80 million in an initial public offering.
On September 28th 2018, Snapfish agreed to acquire CafePress for approximately 25 million dollars.
In February 2019, CafePress suffered a data breach. The exposed data included 23 million unique email addresses with some records also containing names, physical addresses and phone numbers.
CafePress, Inc. has its flagship brand, CafePress.com. CafePress, Inc. also partners with other businesses to provide licensed content on their site, and power online custom shops for large companies, such as ABC, Urban Outfitters, and Peanuts Worldwide.
- 3D printing
- 3D printing marketplace
- Accessible publishing
- Alternative media
- Amateur press association
- Article processing charge
- Association of Little Presses
- Author mill
- Bill Bird
- British small press comics
- Custom media
- Desktop publishing
- Digital printing
- Dynamic publishing
- Independent music
- List of English language small presses
- List of literary magazines
- List of self-publishing companies
- Literary presses
- Mass customization
- Mimeo Revolution
- Offset printing
- Online shopping
- Predatory open access publishing
- Print on demand
- Private press
- Self Publish, Be Happy
- Category:Self-published books
- Category:Self-publishing companies
- Category:Self-publishing online stores
- Self publishing
- Small magazine/little magazine
- Small press
- Small Press Distribution
- Vanity award
- Vanity gallery
- Vanity label
- Vanity press or vanity publishing
- Variable data printing
Self-printing products and custom merchandise
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