Spreadshirt Launches its First UK Print Catalogue

London – 5th July 2011: Spreadshirt (www.spreadshirt.co.uk) starts today the rollout of its first UK catalogue. The company is leading the way in online platforms expanding their services offline to engage with customers, raise awareness and increase repeat sales. This print strategy follows recent sales success resulting from an earlier catalogue distributed by the company to customers in Germany.

“Out of nearly 150 products and more than 200,000 designs there are millions of combinations possible. Not every customer can see how to combine products, fonts and graphics with designs in the best way at first glance,” explains Spreadshirt’s CEO, Philip Rooke. “The catalogue is useful for inspiration and as an instruction manual on how to use the platform.”

The catalogue comes with no order sheet but includes easy search references to the full range of products available online. Customers get inspired offline and buy online creating a seamless crossing between offline and online commerce. The catalogue can also be viewed online with product links that enable immediate purchase.

“Customers have really embraced the catalogue. The success of our winter catalogue in Germany encouraged us to expand the concept to the UK market.” adds Philip Rooke.

The current Spreadshirt catalogue includes a whole range of outfits and gift ideas for friends and family, as well as tips on how to create one-of-a-kind t-shirts to express yourself. An additional Spreadshirt catalogue is also planned for the autumn in time for the holiday gift season.

Notes to Editors about Spreadshirt:

Spreadshirt is the leading multi-channel clothing commerce platform for creating, buying and selling personalised apparel. For the more than 35,000 active online shops selling around the world in 2010, the Spreadshirt c-commerce platform offers a flexible, risk-free, print-on-demand approach. Spreadshirt’s fulfillment service handles everything from production and payment to shipping and customer service.

The platform provides multiple channels to bring customers’ ideas to life on clothing. These channels include 3rd party e-commerce marketplaces like Amazon, white label and social media shops, and countless other applications using Spreadshirt’s API.

Founded in 2002 in Leipzig Germany, Spreadshirt is a global company with Headquarters in Germany and the United States and factories in North America, Germany and Poland to allow rapid delivery to customers. For additional information, visit Spreadshirt on Twitter, Flickr or Facebook .

A high resolution image of the catalogue is available here.

For more information about Spreadshirt, or to speak to Philip Rooke, please contact PR Savvy

  • Kate Warwick/ kate.warwick@prsavvy.co.uk / 078 1069 7282
  • Mayra Cunningham / mayra.cunningham@prsavvy.co.uk / 078 2525 1615

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