Getting started with some new Custom Apparel is very exciting!
Your time is valuable, so when you’re looking at organising your print run, the best place to start is with a conversation over the phone with your Apparel Consultant.
Our goal is to make the whole process an EASY and hassle free experience for you.
Check out our top 5 tips which show you how to get the most out of your apparel consultation.
That way you can focus on what you do best, and we will take care of all the fiddly stuff!
Do you know what 100 t-shirts looks like? Might seem like an odd question…But if you don’t, chances are you’ll be keen to learn how you can get folding and bagging for only CENTS per t-shirt.
When you start out creating your custom apparel for the first time, you might not have thought ahead about how you’ll store the garments, and more importantly how you’ll distribute them out to your customers or your team.
Coming up with a solution for storage and distribution is a totally normal part of the apparel journey, however it is something which is often left to “work out as you go along”…and can ending up costing a lot of time and effort in double handling.
Want to know a secret?
There is a way to take the risk out of ordering your custom t-shirts.
No available capital to invest right now? No dramas.
Use this proven system to take the hassle and uncertainty out of printing your custom apparel.
Our earlier post about Sorting Your Sizing Breakdown is a great tool when doing sizing projections. But if your custom apparel is for specific individuals, perhaps doing a ‘guesstimate’ of sizing isn’t the best option for you.
Accepting pre-orders is a sure-fire way of minimising the risk of holding too much stock….or not enough!
Here’s how it works:
No-one likes paying for screens, but everyone loves a new design!
Have you thought about introducing new colour combinations to your existing designs to freshen them up a bit?
Whether you’d like to revamp an older design, or just include a wider range of variation on your new designs, colour combos are a great place to start. And you’d be surprised to know that this is actually a really cost effective option to include!