Printing vs Embroidery – Which is better for Business branding?

by Shirt Works T shirt printing

When it comes to business, most employers want their employees to look smart so that the first impression is a good one. This doesn’t necessarily mean that said employees have to wear a suit to look the part, as branded uniform works just as well. If you are considering branded uniform for your employees, there are a couple of different ways your iconic logo can be incorporated onto garments.

Printing is one go to method as it tends to be more affordable in price, it is also durable and provides high-quality results. With this technique even the most complex artwork can be printed at the highest standard. Printing is preferable when you want larger designs on t-shirts, shirts and other styles of clothing. You can incorporate a range of colours including the brightest hues, and the outcome will always be the same.

Embroidery is another popular method used when branding clothing. The term describes the technique of stitching a design, pattern or brand logo on a garment. Embroidery is an ideal choice for branding heavy garments such as polo shirts and hoodies etc. It is also highly durable, although it costs more than printing your branding.

In terms of choosing between the two methods, you need to consider the following….

  • Which kind of garments are your employees going to be wearing?
  • What type of design do you want to be printed or embroidered on to the garment?

Whether you pick a printing or an embroidery service, always remember that both methods are a wonderful way to get brand recognition when your employees are out and about. With branded clothing employees will not only show brand unity, but professionalism as well.

So, if you’re looking for expert printing & embroidery services why not visit us at to make an enquiry. You can also contact us at 0800 072 5334.

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