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Vista supports Ukrainian team members

Two of the company’s divisions are based in Ukraine and are working to show opposition to the war.

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Vista and its parent company Cimpress have condemned Vladimir Putin and his attack on Ukraine

Following last year’s restructure at Vista, along with acquisitions that brought more services under the Vista umbrella, the company added over 450 Ukrainian team members.

In order to show support for its colleagues and raise awareness for the victims of the war, Vista has highlighted some of the ways its combating the situation.

Firstly, the company has worked to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its colleagues in the weeks leading up to and since the invasion.

Team members have been provided emergency financial and logistical assistance, with safety being the company’s number one priority.

I’m both horrified and heartbroken, and have heard directly from our team members in Kyiv how this is impacting them, their families, and their country. Russia’s unprovoked atrocities against Ukraine and its democracy have no place in our world.

The firm has also donated to World Central Kitchen, a not-for-profit organisation that serves thousands of fresh meals to families in and around Ukraine.

In order to tie in its print and promotional products, VistaPrint also created over 80,000 #StandWithUkraine posters and stickers which were given away for free and continue to be included in outgoing VistaPrint orders.

In a statement of solidarity with the Ukrainian people, chief executive offer and founder of Vista and Cimpress, Robert Keane says: “I’ve met and gotten to know many of our new colleagues, both virtually and several times in person in Kyiv.

“As I watch this invasion unfold in real time, I’m both horrified and heartbroken, and have heard directly from our team members in Kyiv how this is impacting them, their families, and their country. Russia’s unprovoked atrocities against Ukraine and its democracy have no place in our world.”

Vista says demand for its giveaway was ‘incredible’ and led to further production of stickers

In order to highlight the atrocities and realities taking place in Ukraine, Vista colleagues have created the Say No to War image collection. The compilation is available on Depositphotos, a Ukraine-based content platform that connects creators of images, graphics, and videos with buyers.

The collection is updated in real time and is free to use no matter where you are in the world. The team at VistaCreate has also created over 300 social media templates that can be used online to create further awareness and messages of support by the victims of war.

If you have any news, email david@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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