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How to Bullet Proof Your Business from Any Recessions

 One of the best ways to bullet proof your screen shop business from any recession is to embrace new ways to manage your business cost-effectively. The key to doing that is to reduce operating costs by outsourcing tasks that aren’t core competencies. Outsourcing also puts you in contact with freelancers that have abundant skills at a significant cost saving.

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How to Start A Successful Online T-shirt Business (Full Guide)

When it comes to apparel, T-shirts still reign supreme. These simple pieces of apparel provide a basic way to tell the world who you are, your personality and your interests. Whether it’s a standard black T-shirt with your businesses’ name on it, T-shirts bearing your favorite rock band or superheroes, or shirts emblazoned with colorful imagery, T-shirts reign supreme. Everybody has at least a few T-shirts in their closet. Even as they begin to wear out, it’s not unusual to hang onto them because they remind us of a special time. It’s because of this popularity that selling T-shirts online can be a lucrative, yet very competitive, business investment.
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Small Business Practices During The Corona Virus

From a loss of business to remote working, how we do business is definitely shifting fast during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, forcing businesses to adapt. Protecting your business during this fast-moving pandemic means a lot more than just giving it a good scrubbing. You need to prepare for the worst and keep staff and customers well-informed…

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How to Perform a Trademark Search of Your T-Shirt Designs

The most important thing a T-shirt designer/business owner needs to know before they start selling is the copyright and trademark laws. While there are numerous images, symbols, and materials you can incorporate in a T-shirt or other product design, not all can be used without permission. To protect themselves, businesses should know how to perform a trademark search on the logo design and phrase used. This will help ensure that you avoid wasting time (what if the logo/phrase is already taken) and money. The last thing you want to do is end up with boxes full of inventory you can’t sell because you’ve unknowingly infringed on someone’s copyrights. You can also end up in court because you didn’t adhere to the current trademark rules.
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