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Boots UK teams up with Photobox - Boots UK and Photobox aim to lead both the on and offline photographic space by bringing digital services to a nationwide audience.
Boots, the UK’s leading health and beauty retailer, has teamed up with Photobox, the UK’s number one online community for photo printing and personal publishing, to provide online photographic services to Boots customers for the first time. With this move, Boots and Photobox together aim to lead both the on and offline photographic space by bringing innovative digital services such as printing digital images, personalised photobooks and greeting cards to Boots’ nationwide audience.
Boots Photo provides photo editing and personalised product creation. All Photobox products including the latest exclusive photobooks, canvases, home accessories and gifts will be available directly from the Boots website.
Boots, the original pioneer of in store photo printing, has brought convenience and trust to the high street photographic arena for more than three decades. Boots now has around 2,600 stores from local community pharmacies to large destination health and beauty stores across the UK.
Ross Crombie, photo category manager, Boots said: “This is the first time that Boots has teamed up with a specialist online retailer in this way. The move will provide our customers with the very best service and products that the web has to offer in the photographic market.”
Commenting on the new partnership, Mark Chapman, MD of Photobox, said: “It is gratifying to be working with one of the most established and respected retail brands in the UK. Boots’ commitment to its customers has earned it a much-deserved reputation as on of the most trusted brands in retail. By teaming up with Photobox, Boots customers will now be able to enjoy a fantastic online photographic service. The possibilities for future collaboration and development are boundless.”