5 Steps to Start an Online T-Shirt Printing Business without doing the Printingby DAVIS BROWN PRC Agency
Like most ideas, the Print Bar came from humble beginnings which is why it’s providing a dropshipping opportunity to enable would-be entrepreneurs to start up their own T-shirt business online with little or no money. To help get people started, they’ve listed 5 necessary steps to take.
Custom T-shirt printing is expected to exceed US$10 billion by 2025 so there’s no doubt that you’ll be facing plenty of competition. However, provided you source high-quality products, build a brand for a specific audience and create the type of T-shirts that they’re looking for, you can find success online.
Starting your own T-shirt printing business with The Print Bar is a simple process that doesn’t require any major expenses or storage needs. Here are 5 steps that will walk you through the process of creating your brand and selling in an online store.
Find a niche - One of the best ways to stand out from the crowd is to cater to a specific audience or interest group. One way of doing this is to consider your interests and carry out some research to gauge its popularity with others. Or choose a general niche, say cats, and then narrow it down to a specific type or colour of cat.
Design - Your design ideas for your T-shirts are critical when you’re starting up a new business, so you need to nail this one. The design doesn’t necessarily have to be complex, but it needs to connect with your audience and be unique. You can use The Print Bar’s innovative design tool to help you create a design or upload a design of your own. To ensure decent print quality, your image needs to have a transparent background, be at least 300 dpi, and be the same size as you want it printed onto your T-shirt.
Quality- One of the most important factors of your business is the quality of your products. If a person buys a T-shirt online only to find that it’s poor quality, fades or shrinks in the wash, then they won’t be placing another order with you or placing a rave review on your site. While a higher quality T-shirt may cost more, on the flip side it means you can command a higher selling price. The Print Bar has handpicked a selection of best-selling brands including Stedman and Next Level and lets you take control over how much you sell your garments for.
Brand - Creating an interesting brand is essential in the T-shirt industry. Your brand is the one thing that identifies you from everyone else and ties together the choices you make in your niche, designs, and quality. With so many T-shirts for customers to choose from, your brand needs to have a distinctive presence that captures their attention. If your brand embodies a certain interest or passion such as ‘ginger cats’, then you can incorporate this into your marketing and website to speak to your ginger cat-loving customers.
Inventory - It’s a big risk to start a T-shirt business by holding say 100 each of 2 designs that you have created. If they’re not as popular as you had hoped, then it will have been money spent in vain. Print on-demand, or drop shipping as it’s also called, takes the weight of inventory management and shipping off your shoulders, enabling you to concentrate on your designs and getting your name out there.
When you sign up for dropshipping with The Print Bar you have the reassurance of a first-class experienced printing team using high-end printing equipment to produce top- quality T-shirts that will have your customers coming back for more.
Make 2020 the year you follow your dreams and set up your own T-shirt printing business with The Print Bar. With no minimums and no costs, it’s free for you to get started. If you want more information get in touch https://www.theprintbar.com/page/services/print-on-demand
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