Spreadshirt Platform Enables YouTubers to Convert Online Video Messages to Clothing

London-4 August 2011: Spreadshirt the leading multi-channel clothing commerce platform announces its latest shop partners active on YouTube. With more than three billion views per day, YouTube and web 2.0 are allowing individuals to interact on a scale never seen before. These online communities, however, increasingly want to express their online messages offline, including on customised clothing and accessories.

The company’s print-on-demand technology is facilitating these budding gamers, entrepreneurs and individuals, active on the popular video sharing site, in converting their online video messages into customisable merchandise that can also be offered for sale via multiple channels, such as white label shops, social media shops, Spreadshirt marketplaces, 3rd party ecommerce sites and countless other applications using Spreadshirt’s API.

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New Spreadshirt shop-partners include:

  • Syndicate Designs: A gamer with nearly 290,000 subscribers on YouTube and 43,830 fans on Facebook.
  • Small Beans: A YouTuber with over 195,000 subscribers producing game related videos.
  • Dyton Brothers: Welcome to the world of four brothers and their YouTube channel.

The Spreadshirt online custom clothing platform offers limited initial investment risk for its shop partners, whilst the speed at which a design idea can be for sale, the quality of the clothing and accessories and quick delivery times ensure a customer-friendly experience. Spreadshirt shop-partners can quickly and easily open their own custom (white label) online shop as a seamless extension to their websites. Spreadshirt in turn, handles all the stocking, online orders, payments, delivery (within 3-5 days in the UK) and returns, leaving shop partners to focus solely on their main activity and promoting their shops.

About Spreadshirt

Founded in 2002 in Leipzig Germany, Spreadshirt is a global online custom clothing platform 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.

For more information about Spreadshirt, 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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