The Queen’s Corgi Wins Spreadshirt’s Jubilee Design Battle
Now create your own Diamond Jubilee souvenir in time for the June Festivities!
London, 14 May 2012, Global clothing-commerce platform Spreadshirt has today announced the results of its Royalist vs. Republican Diamond Jubilee souvenir competition.
Shop partners from across Europe and the USA participated in the competition and the shortlisted designs were put to the public vote on the platform’s Facebook page. The results saw a naughty Corgi win it for the republican camp and yummy tea for the royalists. The winning designs are now available for sale on the Spreadshirt platform.
Spreadshirt is a leading online platform for creating, buying and selling personalisable clothing. With only a few weeks left to the festivities, the company is encouraging Jubilee fans as well as savvy brands to monetise their ideas, get involved and create their own souvenirs in a very personal way. The platform offers help with the design process which means a truly unique quality memorabilia can be created with relative ease.
The company’s print-on-demand technology offers limited initial investment risk for its shop partners, whilst the speed at which a design idea can be put up for sale, the quality of the apparel and quick delivery times ensure a customer-friendly experience. Spreadshirt shop partners can quickly and easily open their own custom online shop as a seamless extension to their websites. Spreadshirt in turn, handles all the stocking, online orders, payments, delivery (within 3-5 days in the UK) and returns, leaving the shop partners to focus solely on promoting their shop.
Notes to Editors
Last orders for UK deliveries by the Jubilee weekend are on 22nd May 2012.
Designs are on the Facebook page and Spreadshirt Marketplace:
Spreadshirt has recently announced profitable 2011 revenue growth of 43% globally and 20% in the UK. This exceeds the UK internet economy growth rate of 10.9%, outlined by the Boston Consulting Group in a recent report. Global revenue was 45.8m EUR in 2011 and Spreadshirt expects revenues to reach 64m EUR in 2012.
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Spreadshirt is the leading multi-channel clothing commerce platform for creating, buying and selling personalised apparel. For the more than 40,000 active online shops selling around the world in 2011, the Spreadshirt c-commerce platform offers a flexible, risk-free, print-on-demand approach. Spreadshirt’s fulfilment service handles everything from production and payment to shipping and customer service.
The platform provides multiple channels to bring customers’ ideas to life on clothing. These channels include 3rd party e-commerce marketplaces like Amazon, white label and social media shops, and countless other applications using Spreadshirt’s API.
Founded in 2002 in Leipzig Germany, Spreadshirt is a global company with Headquarters in Germany and the United States and factories in North America, Germany and Poland to allow rapid delivery to customers. For additional information, visit Spreadshirt on Twitter, Flickr or Facebook .
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