The important Step 2 that Solmu missed is weeks of hard grind, top end designs, outlay for equipment, website design, begging wholesale suppliers, marketing, and the odd prayer.Solmu said:Step 1. Print t-shirts.
Step 3. Profit.
I think that's how it works...
See, this is what happens when you learn everything you know from the South Park School of Business - I knew I was missing something!monkeylantern said:The important Step 2 that Solmu missed is weeks of hard grind, top end designs, outlay for equipment, website design, begging wholesale suppliers, marketing, and the odd prayer.
Living just south of you (in Australia) I know what you mean about the international shipping (although I understand Indonesia has it even worse).legalizemood said:it's hard for me to find out supplier who can handle international shipping and obviously with lower price (under us$2, for anvil or gildan), especially to my country.
yup, there are many screenprinters here with cheap price, and they usually provide blank t-shirt, but it's rarely to get a screenprinter who can provide much colours with good quality, unless i take special order (minimal order about 500 t-shirt) from manufacture and i'll get whatever i want in color, size, thick. meanwhile, i've only have 300 bucks (US) as capital for start.. hehehe.. (start for a very very small business)monkeylantern said:. Indonesia has many, many screenprinters, often at a very low price. Many use Gildan etc.