As part of Spread Group, Marketplace follows the print-on-demand model – we only print a product only after it’s been ordered. While this doesn’t make us completely sustainable, we are a lot more resource-efficient when compared to most of our competitors in the apparel and merchandise market. And our journey to more sustainability has just begun!
What a year! Between the waves, we managed to surf our way through Star Classes, new features and products together. Let’s have a look back at 2021’s Spreadshirt highlights…
We would need four sheets of paper for a single print job. But not a single one today. In 2020, we switched our production to paperless, and saved a bunch of trees in the process.
Want your designs to be waiting under the tree on Christmas morning? Have you been promoting your designs to Christmas shoppers on social media? Then don’t forget to share our order deadlines with your fans!
Good news! With the help of new KSF print files we can further improve the print quality of our Kornit Atlas printers. You’ll find all of the details here!
How do your designs make it big on marketplaces beyond Spreadshirt? Two experts from the external marketplace team have all the answers.
On July 1st, 2021, the EU digital package will come into play. It will also bring along new rules for shipping within Europe. Learn if your earnings will be affected by the changes.
Sporty designs are big sellers for the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games and the 2021 European Football Championship. But beware of trademarked content…
Do a happy dance! The design upload limit has increased. You can now upload up to 50 designs per day. Break out your design tools, it’s time to get creative.
Good news for anyone who wants to sell a design series on the Marketplace… Thanks to the launch of Spreadshirt Star Academy, this feature has returned!