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Look Inside

2020 is here and we've hit the ground running. A relatively slow start online which history has shown is the norm for us after the Christmas period, coupled with the fact we were desperately low on stock with a variety of sizes unavailable in a lot of designs. Historically January is our worst month from a sales perspective, we tried to buck the trend this year by releasing three new designs on tees mid January as well as getting out to a couple of markets. A road trip to Burleigh Heads for a Market stall at the village markets on...

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Not all hero's wear capes

Not all hero's wear capes

We would of loved to start by telling you how we broke all kinds of sale records over the past five days and donated a whole bunch of cash to the Red Cross and WIRES while pledging 100% of profits from full price items and the full amount from on sale items but the reality is following trends from years gone by, early January and January in general is typicaly slow from a sales perspective so we were only able to make a small contibution to both those organisations, but a contribution none the less. What we have noticed during...

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Tough pill to swallow

Tough pill to swallow

You might be wondering where the second part of our Summer line ( PUFF ) went? Well it's a long story. We went with new printer for this line ( huge mistake ), we were in desperate need of new stock due to a big November online and markets every weekend that were exceeding our expectations, we were in need of a rushed order that could meet our deadline, we were told it could be done but payment had to paid in full up front ( normally half up front, final payment on completion ) given cash is king in...

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November Wrap

November Wrap

Summer has arrived!!! The count down to Christmas is on. November 2019 was our busiest month to date yet!

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Misconceptions

Misconceptions

You're killing it? We've herd this a few times. The answer, depends on your perspective. Given that 60% of all small businesses fail in the first 3 years, I would say we are in the minority, so we would think you would consider that a win, and that we have surpassed a lot of peoples expectations. If you are driven by money (which we are NOT) you'd probably say no, we're not killing it. YET! We turn over enough to continue successfully, with growth every year. It is not a get rich quick scheme like so many believe and probably...

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