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Jan 17, 2017
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Spreadshirt unveils plan to reach $1 billion revenue

By
Fibre2Fashion
Published
Jan 17, 2017

Spreadshirt, an innovative global e-commerce platform for print on demand apparel and accessories, has unveiled a plan to reach $1 billion in revenues. The mission of the company includes a hyper focused scale up in the US, driven by significant and sustained growth in the partner business and also consolidate market leadership in the EU.




Spreadshirt recognises that the key to global dominance is to emerge as the top print on demand platform in the US and deliver sustained revenue growth and credibility as a mature global brand.

It is doing so through various initiatives like developing new tools for sellers; restructure commission structures and pricing and will also be introducing more fashion orientated products to the ethically produced Spreadshirt collection this year.

According to Spreadshirt CEO Philip Rooke, Spreadshirt expects to win the global ecommerce race one month at a time in 2017, by driving the US growth as the world recognises that their platform is unsurpassed by any global competitors.

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