Whether for sports teams or for "corporate teams," wearing coordinated team apparel produced by modern screen printing techniques and/or by custom embroidery offers numerous distinctive benefits. When you need an easy, affordable way to produce large numbers of custom printed pieces, there really is not better way to go.
Screen printing is well established as a top option for creating exceptional, customized promotional items - even in bulk orders on relatively short notice, at affordable rates. But not all screen printing companies get you the same quality, and there are specific factors that affect the quality level of the final products produced.
Embroidery is an ancient art that has been with us for many thousands of years, and it's always ranked high on the list of ways to make clothing as beautiful and unique as possible. Today, custom embroidery continues with the help of modern machinery and software programs - and it is as popular as ever!
As a small retailer, you have lots of operational challenges. Tight margins and the threat from big online competitors both keep you on your toes on a daily basis. In some markets, it’s tough to find the right employees – and what about foot traffic?
It's a well-known fact that promotional items can provide value to your business, but there's a right way to go about promotional campaigns and a wrong way to go about promotional campaigns. When done well, you reap the many benefits. When done poorly, you risk alienating potential customers.
These days there's a big emphasis placed on creating casual, relaxed work environments for employees. Often, that includes a more lax dress code with no uniform. That works for some businesses — mostly the giants like Google and Apple. For most others, however, custom uniforms can help create a sense of unity among employees, set their brand apart from others, and make a good impression on customers.
Originating in China during the Song Dynasty around 1,000 years ago, screen printing has undergone massive changes over the centuries and only developed in its recognizable modern form since the 1960’s, when it became a customary method of printing designs onto T-shirts and other forms of apparel.