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PhotoBox's new personalised cards help the NSPCC

London, UK, 5 November 2009

PhotoBox, Europe's leading online personal publishing and printing service, has just launched a brand new range of personalised cards to suit all occasions.

In addition to more photo card designs than ever before, where everyone can have fun adding their own photos to make a truly unique card, PhotoBox is also offering a wide selection of predesigned cards with a good 250 designs to choose from.

With PhotoBox, finding the perfect greeting couldn't be easier, whether it is Christmas wishes, happy birthday greetings or a simple thank you note, the fully searchable filter page will return a wide selection of designs, based on the occasion, the type of card - photo or predesigned, format, and size.

All cards are fully customisable, text and captions can be added on the front and inside of the card with a good range of fonts and typefaces to pick from. All that is needed is imagination and personal touch to make loved ones smile.

To celebrate the launch of its new range, PhotoBox has partnered with the NSPCC, so a percentage of the sales of all A5 and A6 greeting cards will go towards supporting the charity and its Child's Voice appeal.

This year not only will people get to wow their friends and family with a touching personalised greeting card from PhotoBox, but they will also be helping the NSPCC with their vital work to ensure every child's cry is heard: two great ways to feel good this Christmas.

Another great reason to feel good and give PhotoBox gifts this Christmas is that PhotoBox is selling a specific range of NSPCC greeting cards and an NSPCC Photobook showcasing the winning images from their NSPCC Young Photographer of the Year Competition. So this Christmas the message is clear - Feel Good, Give PhotoBox!


Notes to Editors

For more information about this press release please contact:
Antia Buhigas, Head of PR and Community at PhotoBox
Tel - +44 (0)20 7087 4611
Email - antia.buhigas@photobox.com



About PhotoBox

PhotoBox is the leading online photo service in the UK where it pioneered online printing, storing, sharing, community and publishing services for digital photos before extending its range to innovative products such as photo books, calendars, and greeting cards.

The company merged with Photoways, the leading French service, in April 2006 thereby creating the European market leader with over 8.5 million. The group is backed by leading Venture Capital firms Index Ventures, Highland Capital and HarbourVest. Stan Laurent, formerly Chief Operating Officer at AOL Europe, is President and C.E.O. and Mark Chapman, co-founder of PhotoBox, is Managing Director of the UK business.

About the NSPCC

The NSPCC is the UK's leading children charity specialising in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. The NSPCC's purpose is to end cruelty to children FULL STOP. The NSPCC runs projects and services across the United Kingdom and Channel Islands, including ChildLine, the UK's free, confidential 24-hour helpline for children and young people. The NSPCC helps over 10,000 children and their families every year.

About the Child's Voice Appeal

The government has pledged £30m over four years towards the expansion of ChildLine and the NSPCC Helpline, but the NSPCC needs the support of the public to raise a further £50m through the Child's Voice Appeal, to make its vision to answer many more cries for help a reality. Everyone can support the Child's Voice Appeal at www.childsvoiceappeal.org.uk To date the appeal has raised £17.6m.



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