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Tips for starting your own T-Shirt business

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10:15 AM | 18 November 2016
by Sam Baggarley
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College student Sam Baggarley shares his tips for starting up a t-shirt business and building a brand to get it off the ground.

If you’ve ever thought about starting up a T-Shirt business or are currently in the process of making one, these essential tips will help you out along the way. I made these mistakes so that you don't have to!

The key thing you need to remember when starting your company is that it has to be original, unlike anything anybody has seen before, this is the perfect opportunity to let your creativity take the reigns, and in a number of ways:

Think outside of the box

When thinking of your brand’s name, or even logo, jot down any ideas that spring into your mind, a key thing to remember is that your brand name and logo will become more successful if it is easily memorable and unique, for example, think of a brand that uses a tick as their logo?

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