Yes.Is there money in this business?
Some people do it just for fun. It's nice to be able to have a hobby that can make you moneyI am looking to start a label, just because I want to, havent even really thought about the financial rewards.
I think that's a gross understatement of how the Life is Good brand is established, marketed and promoted. There's a LOT more to it (otherwise we'd all be millionaires )I know companies like "Life is Good" that just slap a label on a shirt make $50 million a year in revenues.
What about them?What about the smaller labels like "Nice Collective" and stuff that sell to higher end boutiques though?
Depends on what you mean by good money. There is money to be made in all types of niches if it's done right.Do companies that sell to boutiques (rather than a Life is Good who would sell to KMart and Walmart and these other huge departments stores that they just mass produce), make good money?
There are a few topics that have been posted here about setting pricing. Try the following search terms in the t-shirtforums search box: prices, retail, pricing, maybe even boutiqueSay I try and sell a shirt direct through my site for $60.00 and the cost of the shirt is $10, my profit is $50. However, how do I set a price point for selling to retail stores, ie wholesaling the thing to boutiques or other outlets?