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Are you a creative person struggling to let your creativity out? If this is the case, you might want to consider starting a t-shirt business. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps on how to start a t-shirt business at home.
Whether you’re new to creating heat pressed t-shirts or you’re just starting out, prepare to have plenty of extra shirts on-hand. While heat pressed designs are attractive and durable, creating them comes with a slight learning curve.
From coordinating families to matching with friends, there are so many different ways to customize t-shirts.
Are you an Artist or someone who likes to drawing in their spare time? Do people ooh and ah at your ability to create printable, original artwork. Maybe you have the gift of gab or have a nose for business. Given the opportunity, could you sell ice cubes to an Eskimo?
Niches do not exist… Say what! Niches are created by identifying marketing voids, customer wants and needs and identifying customers that are receiving poor service or no service at all.
Surf The Internet…
The internet has made it not only possible but very easy to find potential customers not only in your own back yard but all over the world. Even if you are not an internet based company, you can still use the internet to find potential customers. Continue reading
Anyone who is looking for an exciting business where they can do something interesting and fun while also still making a good income should look into operating a t-shirt printing shop. Business owners can order a variety of custom t-shirt transfers from a reliable company and then use those transfers to make custom shirts on the spot. This can work great with a standing business or someone who wants to be mobile and do special events.
It may seem like common sense, but more often than not people have difficulty knowing how to properly choose their iron on t-shirt transfers and/or properly applying them. The first thing that people should know is that there are specific transfers made for dark and light fabrics. The color of the t-shirt that you are customizing will aide in choosing which type of transfer will be the best to invest in.