Spreadshirt Responds to Customer Demand with Own Clothing Collection

eCommerce Platform Creates Quality at Heart Range Optimised for Customisation

London – 12 March 2013 Spreadshirt, the e-commerce platform for creating, selling and buying ideas on things that consumers love to wear, use and carry, has today announced it is launching its own ‘quality at heart’ clothing collection. The range is designed to complement the products already found on Spreadshirt’s website.

The Spreadshirt Collection will be produced in Europe using the highest quality products optimised for print-on-demand in terms of cut and fabric. In addition, the collection will provide consumers with a unique DNA code, meaning each batch will be traceable through www.respect-code.org to their cotton fields.

With a choice of 10 colours, in a range of styles for men, women and children in sizes small to 5XL, the range will be a perfect choice for partners as well as individuals, families and groups looking to create, buy and sell quality clothing.

Philip Rooke, CEO at Spreadshirt, states “We are passionate about making sure our customers want to wear and use our printed product every day.  Increasingly in this industry we have found that existing base products can sometimes not provide the right quality in terms of fit, colour-matching or ability to handle different print types to match customers’ demands.  So to provide the highest quality, but value for money base products and to become more independent from third party’s stock levels, Spreadshirt has decided to develop its own range. This way we can guarantee wearing great experience for our brand partners and end customers.”

Spreadshirt recently announced record-breaking sales of over 65m euros in 2012, up 42% on the previous year (45.8m euros). Sales increased by 30% across the company’s core European market (including the UK). The UK market achieved a commendable 24% year-on-year growth in sales.

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