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Online business card printer has chosen London’s Shoreditch as the location for its first physical store.

GENERAL MERCHANDISE opens first physical store

Online business card printer has chosen London’s Shoreditch as the location for its first physical store.

Situated in the Boxpark development, the new store showcases the company’s range of designs, products and paperstocks as well as providing a click and collect service for products ordered online.

Richard Moross, CEO and founder of Moo, explained: “Personal branding and beautiful design is so important to our customers that we wanted them to be able to actually touch and experience it – the Moo Shop is the perfect way for them to interact with our products and experience first-hand what they see online.  Moo is constantly innovating and looking for new ways to excite our customers and this mix of online and offline is the perfect combination.”

After hours, the Moo Shop will host a number of events aimed at small businesses and creative professionals, with speakers talking about a range of topics from design to funding.  

Founded in 2006, Moo expanded to the USA in 2009 and now has customers in 200 countries.  


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