Printify teams with Primer to offer smooth payment experience for entrepreneurs globally

Printify teams with Primer to offer smooth payment experience for entrepreneurs globally

Primer, the no-code automation platform and Printify, a print-on-demand platform, have announced their partnership to allow Printify’s merchants worldwide to use Primer’s seamless checkout when they sell high-quality merch online.

Since going live in April, Primer has enabled market leading payment processors for Printify merchants in the US and Europe. This will enable Printify customers to access faster and new localised payment methods wherever they expand their business.

“We are super excited to help Printify and its customers reimagine the way individuals shop and do business by providing them with the tools and support required to create a truly integrated shopping experience,” said Gabriel Le Roux, Co-Founder of Primer. “Amid the current challenging economic landscape, driven by high inflation and cost of living crisis, merchants face significant difficulties in keeping their business viable long-term. That is why, more than ever, merchants need support from companies like Primer to develop a product that is adaptable to volatile market conditions.”

Primer, the startup founded by Braintree and PayPal alumni, Gabriel Le Roux and Paul Anthony, offers merchants a seamless suite of 100+ global integrations to fuel business growth and re-envision the infrastructure of commerce. Since its launch in 2020, the company has helped renowned companies like New Look, Voi, and Love Holidays, to drive revenue through its no-code technology.

Founded in 2015, Printify, a technology platform that makes it possible for anyone to sell high-quality merchandise online, offers anyone with an internet connection the ability to add custom designs to more than 850 products. Sellers then connect their newly created products in their Printify account with online marketplaces like Etsy, Walmart, and Shopify to start selling their designs. Printify prints and delivers every purchase on demand made all over the world, meaning aspiring entrepreneurs don’t need to make any upfront investment.


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