Each day, people come to CompanyBox to request custom printed packaging to promote their brand and increase their sales.
We recognize that there are all types of business looking to create packaging, and that those boxes go out into the world to represent their brand. These boxes also reflect on our brand, since we are the manufacturer. That’s why we have developed a set of Printing Standards that outline what is and is not allowed in the packaging we produce.
The goal of our Printing Standards is to encourage expression and create a safe environment. It should be noted that not all content banned by CompanyBox is necessarily illegal in the U.S or other countries. As a private company, we hold the right to set our own standards.
CompanyBox Printing Standards
CompanyBox does not accept artwork or text portraying nudity, sexual activity, violence, criminal activity, terrorist propaganda or hate speech of any nature. We define hate speech as a direct attack on people based on race, national origin, gender, ethnicity, religious affiliation, sexual orientation or disability. We are also committed to banning content that encourages real-world harm, including physical, financial and emotional injury.
CompanyBox takes intellectual property rights seriously and believes they are important to promoting creativity and expression. However, we ask that you respect other people’s copyrights, trademarks and other legal rights.
Any submitted artwork that is in violation of our Printing Standards will be rejected.