United Kingdom -Shop Books @ Printsasia in Your Local Currency

We take pride in announcing that we have launched today yet another online bookshop for offering books to our customers in United Kingdom. Now customers from U.K can shop for books at http://www.printsasia.co.uk in their local currency.

We target to make you all shop in your local currencies- Printsasia.co.uk is just the beginning. Watch this space, many more country specific bookshops to come soon. We would really appreciate if you can provide us some feedback on this newly launched website by writing to us at web@printsasia.co.uk

Our Journey So far
It’s almost a year now when we launched a revived and revitalized printsasia.com. Since the time of launch, journey was not that easy. Establishing ourselves in the market where many big players existed from more than a decade was herculean task. Taking on the competitors with deep pockets and huge yearly budget to burn out on marketing and advertising was nerve chilling.

The biggest of all was to win customers’ trust and establish ourselves as a legitimate, genuine and capable bookstore satisfying all their literary penchants.

In a short span of one year’s time, what we have achieved is just a minuscule percentage of what we target to achieve as a book retailers or as online bookstore. But we feel proud of the fact that despite all odds and challenges, we stand firmly and are growing at steady pace.

With our customer centric approach and with one of the most honest pricing in the book industry, we are confident that we will be achieving bigger in the coming years. We currently might not be providing our customers with lots of add on features and goodies, which normally our competitors do to allure customers but as an honest bookseller, we do offer some really needed utilities. Some of these are rich collection of rare and popular books, 24×7 live chat and email support and customized pricing for bulk orders. Last but not the least is our pocket friendly pricing.

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