LONDON, Dec. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, small start-up businesses can compete with big brands, thanks to digital transformation, says Printful.
Being a micro-brand can be difficult. You have to find your feet among well-known brands that already appear to have everything worked out. However, there are platforms today which make starting a company and spreading the word easier than ever.
According to an article in Business Reporter, the future is online and on-demand. "Virtually any aspect of running a business can be improved with a smart technical solution," says Chris Ozols, Director of Business Development & Partnerships at Printful.
For instance, print-on-demand provides many benefits for small businesses, such as:
- a wide range of products for personalisation;
- easy-to-use product design tools;
- free access to high-quality product images;
- possibility to post product listings and images on the company website immediately.
"Online merchants have access to a one-of-a-kind user experience that saves time and money and gives freedom to experiment with their ability to sell online," the article continues.
And as there is such a demand for personalised products, on-demand fulfilment printing gives start-ups the confidence and lift-off they need to get their ideas off the ground.
To learn more about how print-on-demand can significantly help micro-brands, read the full article here
Printful is one of the largest custom on-demand printing and warehousing companies in the world. It has fulfilled over 14 million items since its launch in 2013. Printful fulfills and ships products like clothing, accessories, and home & living items for online businesses. Printful currently employs 700+ people across five fulfillment centers in California, North Carolina, Latvia, and Mexico.
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