Learn How to Profit with Headwear

Are you searching for new opportunities for your T-shirt business? Looking to grow sales and increase your average order? Well look no further, adding headwear to your offering is the perfect way to diversify your apparel decorating. You can easily use hats to tap into more markets, attract new customer groups, and increase add-on items. With only a hat heat press, you can expand your bottom line and start scaling your business.

How Much Money Can You Make Printing Hats?

Finding profit opportunities is a key factor for a successful business with longevity. Headwear is a great way for your business to stay relevant while turning a consistent profit. Trendy hats are popular in every season. With so many different types of blank caps, there’s always an option for every customer. Adding custom headwear will quickly drive profit and grow your average order value.

Emblems and patches are one of the most trending decorating options in the industry. Like hats, there’s a wide variety of available styles, so can easily pair high-end and dimensional offerings to add value to already established brands like Carhartt, Travis Matthews, or Adidas

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See Your Profit Potential

In just 5 minutes, you can learn everything you need to know about using headwear to profit. Join industry expert Josh Ellsworth in the video below to crunch the numbers and learn the specific totals you can make selling headwear.

All figures are based on real STAHLS’ order data, and Josh helps your business calculate the costs of overheard, transfer and blank expenses, total net cost, average sell price, and average profit. Learn how this information can immediately impact your business and has the potential for you to make over $100,000 in profit in your first year.

Learn From The Hat Master

Ready for more? Watch the video below with STAHLS’ Ambassador aka The Hat Master, Skip Davis. Skip and Josh dive into all the different types of blank caps you can decorate with and highlight some of the best heat transfers for each style. Learn everything you need to know to become a master custom headwear decorator!

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