Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 24, 2013
RPI, a leader in make-on-demand, private-label personalized photo books, greeting cards and stationery products for mass and specialty retailers, nowadays announced that it has been selected by small BLUEPRINT (http://www.littleblueprint.com) as the exclusive partner for delivering their customizable books made to aid children handle lifes challenges and milestones.
tiny BLUEPRINT is a great example of the developing market for innovative personalized merchandise, stated Rick Bellamy, CEO at RPI. RPI provides the customizable platform, state-of-the art printing, technical knowledge, and fulfillment capabilities to aid firms like little BLUEPRINT harness the power of internet-to-print to meet consumers unique requirements.
tiny BLUEPRINT books employ practical, efficient, and scientifically-based approaches to help kids from toddlers to teens navigate challenges and celebrate milestones such as bedtime routines, holiday celebrations, safety issues, death and divorce. Through storytelling, tiny BLUEPRINT gives expert-endorsed scripts which prompt inquiries and allow parents and children to add their personal prose, pictures and illustrations to create and personalize a plan for confidently meeting the problem at hand.
The little BLUEPRINT method is based on scientific research and the expertise of thousands of moms. Autobiographical storytelling, which connects the left and proper sides of the brain, is a proven way to support kids use their reasoning and emotions to thrive by way of something they encounter in life, mentioned, Katherine Eskovitz, founder and CEO of small BLUEPRINT. We are excited to be functioning with RPI whose experience and global presence will help make small BLUEPRINT a normal in childrens libraries.
About small BLUEPRINT
little BLUEPRINT was founded by Katherine Eskovitz, a Yale Law School graduate, attorney and writer turned momtrepreneur to address a gap in the market place: personalized guides for youngsters on universal, true-life situations. With renowned advisory board members, Dr. Dan Siegel and Dr. Nina Shapiro, and a team of authorities, Have a Program Books do the study and writing so parents can give young children a personalized, age-proper, and relatable automobile for children to explore and address their feelings although gaining lifelong abilities of self-assurance, flexibility and safety.
RPI is a top make-on-demand producer of corporate collateral, private label personalized photo books, greeting cards and stationery merchandise for mass and specialty retailers. The Seattle-based firm, founded in 1979, has added production facilities in Atlanta and in Eindhoven, NL.
RPIs blue-chip retail and on the internet publishing consumers rely on its constant, reputable execution, inventive design and style solutions and state-of-the-art manufacturing for the fast delivery of innovative products utilizing customer-generated content. RPI has one of the biggest digital printing facilities on the West Coast for both HP Indigo and Xerox Igen technologies and has been listed on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-developing businesses for the past 5 years. For data, please go to http://www.rpiprint.com.