how can i start my own t shirt bizniz?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Yeah you can, the hard part is keeping it going. Go to stores and ask them to carry your product and see if they stick. Maybe even open a clothing store and carry your own product.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Starting a business is easy. There are a number of FREE resources out there that will help you; however, you have to do the work. Start with a business plan. That's where your library will come into play with the forms in different books. There are a number of questions you have to answer. Will you make your own t-shirts? Will they be silk screened? Where will you buy the materials? Who are your customers? How do you plan to advertise? The list goes on and on, which is why a business plan is so important. You'll need licenses and information on copyright infringements or you could end up in court. You should seek advice from an attorney and accountant. Those costs are deductible. You will need tax IDs for sales tax, income tax, etc. The Small Business Association and SCORE can help you. See the links below. Your library also has books on startups and sometimes groups for entrepreneurs. There's no self made millionaire. We all need help. You must have 100% energy in order to get that dream business off the ground and keep the business afloat. Plan on long hours and plan on making mistakes that you learn from. You CAN do it but start today to take some form of action even if it's reading a book or magazine. Your local library should be open today and maybe even tomorrow. Ask them for direction.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Good Lord, hon. If you want to start your own t shirt biz, take a peek at one of my shops, The Hot Tees. If you'd like to do something like that, click the banner at the bottom and you can try your own for free.

    Don't think that you can pop up a bunch of shirts and make a million in two months, though. It takes a lot of work and planning to make a good living at it. You've got to be prepared to put in the elbow grease. Good luck.

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