Arn Betteridge owns a corporate uniform business so who better to break down everything a small business owner needs to know about getting more branding visibility and traffic to your business through your company attire.
Custom shirts, hats and uniforms provide another medium to get your offers in front of local customers.
Think about the about of time that you and your staff spend grocery shopping, picking up school children, at sporting events or even just out and about in the course of your normal work. These are possible opportunities for extending your brand recognition and (likely better ROI) presenting a call to action to visit your website or to ask you about an offer.
02:36 Different types of uniform signage and their pros and cons
08:20 Why you should skip embroidery for the rear of shirts/uniforms
09:31 The average size of a logo for a shirt
10:00 File requirements when passing your graphics to a clothing printer
14:00 What information to have on a shirt (and what to skip)
18:10 What you should expect to pay for custom shirts and uniforms
24:00 Effect of scale on bulk pricing
28:50 The minimum text height for readability
23:30 Computer screen colours vs what you get on the garment
Arn makes listeners of the interview an offer to save up to $85 on the next logo setup for their shirts when you mention this page.