BOFT instant photo printing kiosks are coming to South Africa

With the arrival of BOFT instant photo printing kiosks in South Africa, mobile photographers can enjoy stunning Polaroid-like prints of any photos stored on their phone or directly from their Instagram feeds.

Boft is leading the global movement to keep memories alive by providing photo printing kiosks that offer customers a convenient way to print high-quality photos from their phones. Simply connect your phone via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, select photos and print. Boft kiosks feature first-class design and construction, as well as reliable hardware – a 32-inch waterproof touchscreen with HD camera displays your images in the most vivid colors so you can adjust them (for example to include your IG caption, or not) and print them.

Boft’s 4 million customers have already printed 17 million photos in 30 countries including the US, Australia and Switzerland – and now their kiosks are popping up in Africa! The first kiosks are located at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, outside Woolworths on the ground floor and one next to the lifts on the 1st floor near Guess.

“Boft makes it easy for users to print their favorite memories. A print of your special moments is something that stays timeless, whether you stick it on your fridge, in a memory book or give it to someone special,” says Micaela Einhorn, Managing Director of Zahava Prints Pty Ltd. and owner of the exclusive rights to BOFT in South Africa.

“Kiosks also provide great opportunities for brands to engage with their audiences, whether through collaborations and activations, digital advertising on kiosks, or at corporate events,” explains Einhorn. “The kiosks have ad integration and are capable of displaying video ads and complex ad mechanics. Campaigns to date include well-known brands like Kinder and Yves Rocher.

Einhorn has lived in Australia for 13 years and returns to South Africa every year to visit family. Now that she is back, she is passionate and committed to providing this instant printing solution in South Africa.

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Elaine F. Brim