PrintGlobe

PrintGlobe Triples Office Space, Launches New Website in Major Growth Move

PrintGlobe, Inc., a leading online printing and graphic design company and six-time Inc. 5000/500 winner, has relocated to significantly larger headquarters and launched a major upgrade to its www.printglobe.com website, marking the largest expansion in the company’s 17 year history.

The company previously occupied 8,305 sq feet at 4115 Freidrich Lane and recently moved into its new 25,245 sq foot office space at 5812 Trade Center Drive.

According to company founder and CEO Dan Steinborn, the tripling of office space will make room for more than 40 additional employees the company expects to hire in the next several years. 

“We have some of the most creative, hard working and fun folks in Austin who make PrintGlobe great.  I think we have a special new space that our team deserves and will enjoy for many years to come,” says Steinborn.

According to Steinborn, the space features several dedicated ‘hang-out’ areas, upgraded IT infrastructure with a fiber backbone, additional conference rooms, a new kitchen and a stage that will host live music, company presentations, and more.

In addition to the office expansion, PrintGlobe has re-launched its flagship website which the company has been working on for the past two years. The new website was built with the help of another veteran creative firm in Austin, White Lion. 

Steinborn says the new website gives PrintGlobe and its customers a clean, feature-rich platform to more quickly transact complicated printing needs.  “Our new website is really fresh.  We have a vastly improved user interface, collaborative sharing tools to help our customers explore products with colleagues, and a much more responsive search capability.”

“We have redoubled our commitment to being the very best online printing and branding resources for business customers and plan to continuously add features in order to deliver incredible service and the most complete selection anywhere in the printing industry,” says Steinborn.

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