Onlineprinters Step into the Ring with Vitali Klitschko
The online print shop is ring sponsor of the WBC heavyweight world championship
Title successfully defended among top online print shops in Europe
"With great sportsmanship, we have positioned ourselves among the five biggest online print shops in Europe within only a few years. With 30 percent growth in 2011, we have not only defended our market position, but even further improved it", the marketing manager of the successful e-commerce business explains. Today, around 40 percent of the turnover in printed products is generated by the European business. The provider of online printing services puts the focus on its customers in 31 European countries and attaches great importance to excellent service: In six country shops, customers can order their printed products in English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and German in a quick, secure and convenient ordering process at budget prices. The product range in the online shop www.onlineprinters.com comprises high-quality offset and digital printed products "Made in Germany" which are manufactured in the in-house production department in compliance with certified quality standards.
Onlineprinters GmbH sponsors the fight for the world championship title
Top quality and value for money - these are the benefits that enable the online print shop to compete with the best in the printing industry: "The title fight in Munich will be decided by good technique, precision, swiftness, concentration and endurance. We see a parallel here with our internationally successful business Onlineprinters GmbH", Voigt explains. "Just like the 12,500 spectators in the Munich Olympic Hall and the estimated over 12 million in front of German television screens, we are feverishly awaiting the world championship fight between Vitali Klitschko and Dereck Chisora", Julia Voigt is looking forward to the sports highlight. The TV channel RTL will broadcast the heavyweight world championship in Germany. People will watch live broadcasts in more than 150 countries.