Planning for the New Year is important. Sometimes that planning requires reflecting. With that in mind, here are eight apparel-selling tips we received in 2013 to take you into the New Year.
Apparel decorators are stepping up their game. They're adding new and improved decorating methods to the repertoire of tried-and-true industry staples, giving distributors (and their clients) more options than ever before. Check out the four decorating techniques profiled below.
As I strolled through Los Angeles International Airport on my way to Miami, I took notice of the "Life is Good" store that is in many airports. At 6:00 a.m. it was closed, but my branding brain is always going.
As they often do, a discussion recently in a LinkedIn Group went off in an interesting direction.
Inc. Magazine published the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies last week, and once again, several promotional products suppliers and distributors appeared in the rankings. In total, 37 industry businesses made the list this year.
Paul Kory, vice president of sales for Dyenomite Apparel, has been inducted into the Ohio Promotional Professionals Association's (OPPA) Hall of Fame.
Dyenomite Apparel moved into a new facility this month. Along with its sister company, Ares Sportswear, the company relocated to its new base of operations which is four times the size of the former campus.
Dyenomite, Hilliard, Ohio, announced the growth of its national sales team with the addition of Paul Kory as the new vice president of sales. Kory previously held the position of director of sales at Vantage Apparel.
We've all seen them. Shirts with huge, thick screenprints, weighing down a shirt that looks like it's cut to fit a refrigerator box. Tees with gaudy, neon designs that would have been embarrassing in 1983.