Aiming for record numbers in second half of 2020 despite COVID-19
Spreadshirt Group successfully continued to demonstrate profitable growth for 2019. Last year, Europe’s leading print-on-demand platform generated a revenue of €131 million, a 18.8% increase compared to the previous year. The large order market from teams, social groups and businesses were the primary contributors to this growth. Business units like Create-Your-Own and TeamShirts exhibited notable development. Additionally, Spreadshirt marked significant improvement in most other business units and a movement towards the B2B market.
With custom printed merchandise, anyone can become an activist
Just in time for Earth Day 2020 on April 22nd, Earth Day Network, the global coordinators of Earth Day, is launching their official merchandise with Spreadshirt. Earth Day began in the United States in 1970 and is now observed by over 1 billion people each year, making it the world’s largest civic event. This year, Earth Day is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Earth Day Network’s Spreadshop will offer two exclusive 50th anniversary designs on a variety of products for men, women and children – from organic cotton T-shirts and hoodies, to reusable tote bags. Additionally, Earth Day has also designs available in the Spreadshirt Marketplace.
It is a strange time, everyone is faced with new challenges every day, and in which the negative news from all over the world will not stop. That’s why Spreadshirt sets itself the goal of looking on the bright side and giving good news a voice.
Under the hashtag #SpreadTheGood, Spreadshirt tells and shares stories, pictures and ideas that encourage and spread gratitude. The hashtag can also be used by those who share positive experiences in social media and help to put a smile on people’s faces.