Co-Founder, Tiny Prints
Laura Ching is the Co-Founder of Tiny Prints, a company she started after many brainstorming sessions with fellow Stanford GSB ’00 classmates and ultimately co-founded with Ed Han (GSB ’00) and Kelly Berger. Founded in 2004 and rooted in a deep passion for innovation, great design and fanatical customer service, Tiny Prints has grown from a tiny, self-funded start-up to one of the premier online stationery destinations servicing the family, bridal, business and now greeting card markets.
In her most recent role as Chief Design Officer for Shutterfly Inc., Laura’s mission was to bring fresh designs and style to Shutterfly’s portfolio of brands (Shutterfly, Tiny Prints, Wedding Paper Divas and Treat) through its products and overall look and feel of the website. Before Tiny Prints, Laura spent four years at Walmart.com as a part of the initial core team that helped to drive the company’s marketing and merchandising initiatives. Prior to Walmart.com, Laura also worked in various marketing capacities at eBay and Prophet Brand Strategy.
Laura received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics at Stanford University and a Master of Business Administration from Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She currently resides in Los Altos with her husband Eric and two young children, Nate and Sophie. In her spare time, she enjoys Stanford sports, volunteering in her children’s classrooms, yoga and date nights with her husband and friends.