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DTG Digital portal offers fashion trends search option
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Sep '13
DTG Digital recently went live with a new website specifically designed to allow all direct to garment print companies, regardless of machine brand, to search and download latest trend fashion and street wear graphics. With over 1000 downloadable designs ranging from men’s, women’s and children’s graphics to more gender neutral designs, the website and design collection is an instant source to populate your online web-shop.
 
“Adoption of DTG machines comes from a large variety of textile print industries. However, there is no denying that SME or SOHO interests for home based or small commercial based businesses are strong. Conceptually people love the idea of printing custom images direct to T-shirts but in some cases their limiting factor is their ability to design graphics that suit their market needs, or simply, they are so busy with the day to day running of their businesses, there just isn’t enough time to design good saleable graphics” states DTG product manager Mr. Jerry Erich. 
 
There are a certain percentage of customers who are ideally looking for a complete business solution. From print machinery and design collections through to sales and business management tools such as the Deconetwork system, these 3 key components supplement and complement each other perfectly. We can now offer a true turnkey “business in a box” solution for anyone wanting to sell very high quality graphics either online, through retail outlets, markets or even special events.
 
DTG saw an opportunity to empower all direct to garment printers with stunning designs, the synergies between machine, sales tools and design collections just made a lot of sense, furthermore, with the sale of any DTG branded machine will offer 5 designs completely free of charge.
 

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