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What Services Outside of Screen Printing Generate Revenue for Your Business?

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What Services Outside of Screen Printing Generate Revenue for Your Business?
    • Embroidery, awards manufacturing, engraving, glass etching, and promotional products. — Larry Mays, Mays Marketing Group
    • Marketing, content creation, teaching 1:1 workshops, selling own label merchandise. I also sell templates and courses and do the occasional live printing event. — Chessie Rosier-Parker, Squeegee and Ink
    • We have a record store and we have embroidery and heat presses. We have a stage, so we have shows where we charge at the door, including festivals. We offer graphic design work all the way up to complete branding projects. We have our retail line, which we sell online and in-store. We also fulfill orders for [roughly] 10 other commercial fulfillment clients. Diversification has been challenging, but it helps us weather ups and downs. — Ian Graham, Fine Southern Gentlemen
    • Laser engraving, embroidery, DTF, and heat-sealing names/numbers on team jerseys. — Dee Reeve, The E. B. Wood Group

What Services Outside of Screen Printing Generate Revenue for Your Business?

  • We actually get a lot of requests for window and vehicle vinyl installation. — Elisa Serrano, Don’t Lose Hope Screen Print
  • Offset printing and wide-format printing as well as digital, mailing, and bindery are some of the services we offer in-house. We also do a ton of promotional products that are done by outside vendors. — Shamus Barrett, 7 Corners Printing
  • Consulting, coaching, lead generation, online courses, color separation, business design, and optimization. — Mark Coudray, Coudray Growth Tech
  • Margins are usually much higher on embroidery, so it’s a great way to add to our screen printing revenue. — Alicia Borromeo, Logowear House
  • Outsourced embroidery, transfers, and promotional products like pens, magnets, water bottles, etc. I dabble in that world, never dipping too far into it. — Sam Lapcevic, Branded Threads
  • Offset and digital printing. We make paper bags and rigid boxes, as well. — J Jeetendra, The Print Specialist
  • Embroidery, laser, sublimation, DTF, and wide-format printing. — Ali Banholzer, Wear Your Spirit Warehouse

  • Retail (selling my own poster art), making films for other shops, and co-op dues for use of exposure and washout (in-building neighbors). — Kyle Baker, Baker Prints
  • Custom embroidery, promotional items, signage, vehicle lettering, and business print. — Jim Heiser, Bullseye Activewear

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