Following breakthrough year in 2017, MailPix to keep up momentum in 2018
Huntington Beach, CA – MailPix, the photo-printing, canvas and gifting site, reports a record-breaking year in 2017. Organic sales growth, product line expansions and acquisitions all contributed to a successful year.
“MailPix added three brands to our offerings in 2017, with the acquisitions of 1 Hour Photo, Just4MyPet and MyPix2,” says Fred H. Lerner, founder and CEO. “Our team is completely confident in the future of the personalized photo business, and are actively searching for more acquisitions and partnerships.”
Other notable news include offering lifetime guarantee against canvas-print fading and the addition of ready-to-hang wooden frames to canvas prints.
MailPix.com is the pre-eminent site for printing photos instantly at thousands of retailers from phone app or PC and also offers convenient mail-to-home. MailPix preserves photo memories as photo books, canvas, prints, cards, enlargements and other photo gift products. The service is seamlessly integrated to print photos from any phone, device or computer. MailPix offices are located in Huntington Beach, Calif.
Fred H. Lerner is the founder and CEO of MailPix, his latest startup. He previously founded Ritz Interactive, which included RitzCamera.com, WolfCamera.com and others. Fred also founded two imaging companies which were acquired by Kodak and became the CEO of Kodak Processing Labs. He is a United Nations’ Hall of Fame recipient from the International Photographic Council and Past President of the Photo Marketing Association International.
Peter Tahmin, co-founder and COO of MailPix, was the former vice president at Ritz Camera & Image and co-founder, senior vice president and COO of the Ritz Interactive e-commerce network, which included RitzCamera.com, WolfCamera.com, BoatersWorld.com and others. He brings more than 20 years of e-commerce experience and a lifetime of imaging industry experience to MailPix.
(Disclosure: MailPix is a client of InfoCircle LLC, publisher of The Dead Pixels Society.)