HP and Canva Announce Partnership to Democratise Design and Printing

Collaboration to deliver enhanced capabilities, on-demand services, and seamless design-to-print experiences to millions


  • HP and Canva join forces in a groundbreaking collaboration to provide unique design-to- print services and experiences for over Canva’s 185 million monthly users
  • Global multi-year partnership aims to deliver an accessible, scalable, and sustainable printing experience to a larger customer base worldwide with localised printing options
  • Canva will utilise the extensive global network of HP Industrial Print and HP Large Format to drive volume to HP-equipped Print Service Providers
  • HP becomes one of the first Canva Enterprise customers, enabling teams to effortlessly create impactful visual content and enhance internal collaboration at scale


HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) today announced a strategic multi-year global partnership with Canva, the world’s only all-in-one visual communication platform, to empower millions of Canva users worldwide to seamlessly design online, create visual content, and print locally.

The collaboration between HP and Canva aims to benefit both HP Print Service Providers (PSPs) and the Canva community worldwide, enabling anyone creating visual content on the Canva platform to seamlessly design and print within a fully integrated system. This multi-year deal will enable Canva users to design anything and print anywhere without compromising quality and authenticity.


“This partnership will deliver huge strategic value and fuel customer growth across both organisations,” said Cliff Obrecht, Canva co-founder and Chief Operating Officer.

Canva, founded in 2013, has over 185 million monthly users, including 95 percent of the Fortune 500. The launch of Canva Print in 2017 has allowed users to design and print a wide range of products—from business cards, brochures, flyers, stickers, marketing collateral, with customisation options, and even apparel – experiencing exponential growth with millions of orders annually.


Through this collaboration, the Canva community will gain expanded access to professionally printed products from HP PSPs across the globe. Canva aims to expand its print service to 150 countries by 2026, enabling shorter turnaround times and significantly reducing its carbon footprint through localised operations.


Canva Extends Reach with HP Automation Software and Global Print Service Provider Network


HP's market-leading automation software, HP PrintOS Site Flow, will help Canva extend its reach by automating production and shipping processes for PSPs. This end-to-end solution streamlines print jobs with auto-scheduling, delivering color consistency, security, barcode tracking, optimal productivity. Additionally, HP's expansion of its PrintOS Suite with new features will equip the Canva Print Operations team with powerful tools to identify, connect and manage a global SKU catalogue across HP-enabled PSPs.


Earlier this month, Canva launched Canva Enterprise, a new subscription option to cater to the growing demand from large organisations. With businesses worldwide facing the need to be more efficient and innovative, there has been an increase in demand for visual communication platforms that allow easy collaboration and interoperability. As part of the agreement, HP will implement Canva Enterprise, empowering HP's global marketing and sales teams to securely create, collaborate, and publish visual content.


“Today's announcement with Canva is a testament to HP's commitment to partnerships of this magnitude. We've been incredibly impressed by the power of Canva Enterprise and look forward to boosting our team's design productivity by removing bottlenecks that stifle creating visual content at scale,” said Haim Levit, Senior Vice President and Division President of HP Industrial Print. “Combined with the latest innovations in HP software, we are leading the industry forward, allowing users to design and print more sustainably.”


“Canva is leading the way in empowering global teams to collaborate and create high-impact visual content at speed. HP PrintOS will accelerate onboarding and ramp of new print volume to our integrated network of HP Print Service Providers, delivering the widest range of print to Canva users in every corner of the world,” added Chris Knighton, Global Sales Director, HP Industrial Software.


Localised Production Paves the Way for Sustainable Printing


The collaboration between HP and Canva also aligns with their shared commitment to sustainability. By promoting localised production, they aim to deliver high-quality design materials while reducing environmental impact.


To deliver Canva's on-demand print service, Canva's Print Operations team has collaborated with HP's graphics business and HP's Print Service Providers globally, ensuring a consistent and professional print service. HP will support Canva's expanding customer base and order volumes, helping Canva achieve its objective of printing anything, anywhere, at speed. For more information, please visit www.canva.com/print.


For more information about HP and Canva at drupa 2024, you can visit HP Industrial's official social media hub on LinkedIn at HP Digital Print. You can also see HP's innovation firsthand at drupa 2024 in Hall.