Peecho highlights – 2016 in review

Yet another year with many highlights for Peecho. We launched a lot of new features, we welcomed our 10,000th customer and we created a Peecho video! We want to thank colleagues, partners, suppliers, investors and above all our valued publishers / creatives / customers for trusting us with their content. We are looking forward to continue our cooperation in 2017 and many years to come!January: The launch of the publication preview. This feature makes it possible to show your customers a preview of your publication by embedding a simple piece of code in your website. February: Version 2 of the Peecho WordPress plugin is live! Find out how to install the simple print button on your website by using the Peecho WordPress plugin with the start guide.March: Peecho welcomes a new team of growth hackers to the Peecho team.April: New in our assortment: posters and canvasses with frames; allow people from all over the world to buy your images as beautiful wall decoration prints.May: New release: Peecho the movie, starring our Peecho penguin. In case you missed it, check it out now!peecho-happy-new-yearJune: Peecho in Dutch newspaper de Telegraaf: ‘’Print-app als redding van papier’’. July: New features: it is now possible to separate your billing address and your shipping address and you can send your order to multiple addresses!August: we created a new blog in the same style as the rest of our website. September: our 10,000th customer joined us.October: welcome Sergio! From now on if you face any technical issues, our new developer Sergio will come to the rescue.November: We reached the magical amount of 250,000 shipped products.December: The release of the Peecho ‘how to’ video’s. They will guide you through several steps of selling your creative work with Peecho.peecho-happy-new-yearWe hope to see you all in 2017!


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