Qurio Solutions launch India’s first printing B2B marketplace


Qurio Solutions has recently launched UrPrinters.com, India’s first B2B Printing marketplace. UrPrinters.com connects customers with printers across India to offer a wide range of printing services. Customers can get printing services based on printing material, printing quality, finishing and even packaging requests. Whether it’s brochures, leaflets or visiting cards, it’s all on this platform. Printers can generate additional business through this platform.

UrPrinters.com technology platform provides customers the flexibility to order anywhere and get the printed products delivered at the location they are needed, still maintaining the quality, along with step by step update of printing and post printing process. For the printers, UrPrinters.com offers the opportunity to showcase their works, their equipment & processes and existing clients portfolio to brand themselves. It’s a unique concept for B2B customers as it makes the entire printing experience a transparent, high quality and convenient experience.

Urprinters.com was launched on 17th May at Global Exhibition of Services, GES-2018. The fraternity of printing AIFMP, MMS, BMPA, OPA along with CII came together to unveil the unique concept at this global stage.

“This is unique. You can order your prints sitting anywhere and it will be delivered at the place you want, the way you want it and the quantity you want it,” said J. Shankar, GM, CII.

The founders Avijit Mukherjee and Arghya Chakravarty bring with themselves rich experience of printing and marketing. Avijit is a veteran in this Industry; he was heading RICOH printing solutions for South East Asia from Singapore and Arghya as Business head of Snapdeal understands ecommerce play in Indian market.

“During the market research, we saw this is the need of the hour of printing industry in India. We need to provide a standardisation in this industry,” said Avijit.

”The market place is the only sustainable and scalable model of delivery in India. Where we assess that every printer is sitting on additional capacity, it’s our responsibility to get them the fair price of every print, which is currently being absorbed by unorganised agents across the country,” added Arghya For more info log in to www.UrPrinters.com

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