person team across North America and Europe
sold by customers through Printful
Offering t-shirts and baby one-pieces with empowering quotes and fun illustrations, StomaStoma isn’t your regular apparel store. Every design has a unique touch to it that not everyone can recognize right away.
When Oliver launched iLikeMaps in 2012, he wasn't expecting it to become a full-time job. But as his store grew, he decided to leave his career in marketing to become an entrepreneur.
An honest chat with Dionna Dorsey about facing the challenges in store’s growth, learning how to pivot along the way, and accepting that it’s OK to have slow periods in your business.
The founders of Iconspeak about their experiences traveling, launching their online store, going viral, and marketing to a global audience.
Dan is a designer and creative strategist who combined his profession and love for Minneapolis to create Love MPLS Parks.
Dionna wanted to push positivity into the universe. She started District of Clothing in 2014, which sells inspiring messages on apparel like shirts, hoodies, hats, and kidswear.
Marketing for a cause: the Seanese community
Selling art on Etsy
District of Clothing
Creating a profitable side hustle that inspires
Marketing tips from an Estonian success story
Building a successful niche business with Printful
Building a brand with memes
Creating viral merch with Printful
Growing a business with apparel merch
How to start a clothing line with no money for products
Serkworks Art Labs
Printful review and unboxing
"If you have an idea, go for it. You don't know who else is watching and how they might be encouraged to go for something, too. I firmly believe that we all have something significant to contribute."
Dionna Dorsey of District of Clothing wearing her top-selling Doer Tee. Photo by Laura Metzler.