Before starting your print on demand business, you need to know your competitors. More precisely, prosperous players in this area who have succeeded. What materials do they use, what vibrant, distinctive things do they produce, or do they even use some winning combination of website, design, and free shipping? Watching new products and rebuilding them in your way, creating a unique brand story, you'll awaken the audience's interest.

Credence Research predicts that the T-shirt printing market will exceed US $10 billion by 2025. That means that the industry isn't going to reduce its positions in any way. Its basic concept remains relevant. A variety of products, the POD platforms’ accessibility, the ability to easily implement trends on store pages, and simplified management allow you to expand sales channels.

If you finally decided to open your online store or are already doing business, but for some reason, it doesn't bring the desired results, we are going to inspire you for future achievements with examples of the best print on demand stores.

The inspiring examples
TAMGA Designs
This sustainable brand was created with the ambition to change the world. Two future spouses, Eric and Yana Dales, arrived with a UN mission in Bangladesh shortly after a garment factory collapsed. The disaster claimed more than a thousand lives, leaving a fashionable clothes pile on the ashes. The couple saw how major market players behave by depleting human and natural resources without even feeling remorse. The evidence of injustice was both heart-breaking and inspiring at the same time.

So, a company with a story takes care of each employee by creating decent working conditions. It makes things from environmentally friendly materials, takes care of their identity and uniqueness. Their partner creates unique textiles from beech and eucalyptus wood. Each product design focuses on vibrant colors and ornaments with oriental motifs that strongly echo the Boho-chic. Feminine silhouettes and flowing shapes make clothes lighter and airier. TAMGA Designs delivers its products to over 25 countries, with free shipping for some orders.

Consider their POD online store on Shopify. What makes it user-friendly?

The home page presents the products
A concise menu makes it easy to find information
High-quality photos attract attention
A detailed description of each product
Easy to place an order
Convenient and simple CTA button
A section called Our Environmental Impact enhances trust in a sustainable brand
The brand has a story that inspires and supports millions of people around the world.

Little Owen was ill and could only breathe through a ventilation hole in the trachea. His family started using the T-shirts as a rallying watchword of support and love to maintain a kid.

The brand offers at first glance quite ordinary things: overalls and T-shirts for different age groups. But each design has its distinct style.

Through social networks, the couple developed communication with their audience. By the way, this is one of the few print on demand store examples created with the use of the Shopify template and free apps.

The site has a branded favicon, which is the very special hatch of the brand
The home page immediately allows you to select a clothes collection and revise the recommended products
Minimalism in details - that's what this site is about
Detailed product descriptions
Ease of making a purchase, the ability to see and edit the cart contents
Among print on demand websites with comic overtones is Iconspeak. It was opened in distant 2013 by Georg and Florian in their friend's garage in Switzerland. They create pretty epic and stylish T-shirt prints. The viral growth of such products has become an incentive to perform serious business.

Also, the company gained even more popularity when it served 7 orders in 1 minute. Incredibly, this rather unusual competition paid off their persistence.

What makes this online store example great?

An interesting enthralling game "Spin to win" which is the sales funnel part
Minimalism and accessibility of every element on the site
Extensive description for each product and customer reviews
Large selection of products
The ability to easily make purchases and go to the cart

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Software Development for Your Company's Growth