Stephen Terrell wanted to prove the naysayers wrong when they said his way of doing business wouldn’t work. That desire ultimately catapulted his company, Print Works, to notable success in a relatively short time period.
T-shirts are a vehicle for freedom of speech, or better yet, freedom of the squeegee
When it comes to apparel, consumers have long been experimenting with what they wear in their free time, in the office and for exercise. And thanks to fabric technology and some of the performance properties introduced in wearables, multiple clothing styles have become acceptable in different environments.
Headwear has seen a surge in action during the last two years, from an emphasis on form and fit to style and color. In keeping with apparel, headwear is incorporating all of the latest technical benefits to keep wearers satisfied and comfortable.
Color editing and stylizing can be a bear of a chore to handle, consuming lots of time to achieve a customer’s desired look on a sublimation-friendly product.
I recently led a seminar in which I asked the audience a couple of questions about spam email. In the interest of full disclosure, I already knew the answers, but my motivation was to get attendees to think.
If a picture paints a thousand words how many words does a video paint?
There are many components of a successful business successful. Making sure the location of your business fits the type of services you want to offer is one of them.
In 2005, Tom Rauen was working as a bartender in the small college town of Dubuque, Iowa, and — like most new college grads — wondering where life might take him next.
Custom work comprises the very thread of the decoration industry. It carries a high perceived value, which means you typically can charge a premium. The availability of new printing and embroidery technology now makes custom work not only feasible, but also profitable.