Whoa, I was fortunate enough to be in an awesome meeting today at work with Billee Howard - www.billeehoward.com of Brandthropedia, while she was introducing what she could do for our company. I’ve heard a great many marketing pitches from other companies, but this one blew my mind with the creative suggestions and downright logical recommendations to enhance our companies brand awareness.
She was detail oriented and very methodical in her approach. The presentation was short and to the point, but really packed in a lot of suggestions that we’d never thought of, nor been introduced to by her competitors.
At the risk of sounding like an advertisement, I was so impressed that I would highly recommend that you reach out to her. You have nothing to lose with her free consultation.
I started this blog to share my adventures while introducing my start-up company: “Purkiss Printing”.
Purkiss Printing is a business-to-business cloths printing company within the US. The core business will be facilitating digital textile printing on cotton shirts for large, medium, & small companies.
Digital Textile Printing (DTG) is commonly known as direct to garment printing, which is the process of printing directly onto garments and textiles using inkjet technology. We specialize in products designed for textile printing in bulk production and in some cases, sampling. We do this using an ink-jet printer onto fabric sheets with paper backing that is removable. We use disperse-direct ink for polyester and acid ink for silks and nylons. For linen and cottons, we use reactive ink. We use these various forms of ink on the specific materials for single, mid run, and in some cases, long run productions.
I’m sure that’s more than you’d ever want to know, so an easier way of explaining what we offer is to look at a sample company that could potentially use our printing, such as liveurstory. They sell children’s clothing direct to consumer which offers custom printed slogans that would be printed by a company similar to mine.
Hello, I’m Steve Purkiss and I’d like to welcome you to my personal blog.