A Review and Forecast: 2016 and 2017

A Review and Forecast: 2016 and 2017

The past 365 days have been brimming with gob-smacking events all around the world, and the bees at Spreadshirt have been busy ones as well. It’s been a gem-packed year of publications, changes and improvements you can now see at a glance, and there’s plenty of exciting news ahead. Take a peep!

A look back at 2016

The New Partner Area

The biggest and most important change is probably the brand new Partner Area (what was formerly known as the User Area). We recently released the completely new administration of your designs and Shops, giving your designs the green light for global Marketplaces as well. Thanks to this incredible milestone, creating products and customising your Shop has become much more intuitive and appropriate. Your brand and your designs are now fully prepared for the future.


The blog was absolutely booming in 2016, with articles that lend Spreadshirt Partners a helping hand. Here’s a selection of helpful topics:

If you’ve got any ideas on topics, tips or tutorials that you’d like to see on the blog, we’re all ears.  Please leave us your feedback in the comments section for future consideration.

What’s in Store for 2017?

The new Partner Area remains a high priority. You will get even more control of your products, designs and sales while finding it easier to manage your Shop and sales. User accounts will gradually be migrated to the new Partner Area so everyone can benefit from the latest developments.

“In 2017 we won’t take the foot off the accelerator. Managing designs, products and Shops will become even more easy and straightforward, and we’ll make sure that Partners who have been using our service for a long time will benefit from the new Partner Area as well,” says Micha, Commercial Director Merchandising Services.

There are also plans in the pipeline to make improvements to the SpreadShop. People from all over the world will be able to enjoy your Shop in their own languages and currencies. The administration will become supremely simple, ensuring that time spent on your products and shop design will be reduced to a minimum. You’ll be able to drive your own campaigns and measure your successes. It will help you to manually adjust the product range so that you can quickly create and maintain your promotional offers.

Brace yourself for 2017 with a nice Christmas punch and pudding, and thank you for staying tuned!

What were your successes and learning experiences from 2016? What do you hope for the coming year? We are looking forward to your comments.

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