CMYKhub receives 150 sign-ups for free W2P service

Founder Clive Denholm said the launch of the service at PacPrint had been an "incredible success" for the trade printer.

Denholm said small printers could benefit greatly from the software, which he will demonstrate in Perth on 12 June.

"The barriers in cost and technology [for starting a web-to-print service] are huge. It’s our pleasure to be able to assist our customers to have the ability to compete with larger businesses," he told ProPrint.

"Even our smallest customers can have web-to-print, and without website skills they can edit and control the look and feel of the site via a simple interface.

"The average print business in Australia has only six people. Our business model is to support these businesses to be relevant and competitive."

The demonstration will be held at the Crown Metropol from 5-7pm. For more information, email Crystal Devenish at

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