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Is T-shirt market is over-saturated for newcomers?

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  1. shriya1234

    shriya1234 Junior Member

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    Is T-shirt market is over-saturated for newcomers ?

    Any of you making money selling t-shirts ?
     
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    bump...
     
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    yess for indian markets
     
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    There's a new bloody clothing line coming out on social media and forums every month. And they all look like junk. It's just marketing.

    Go ahead and throw your hat in the ring.

    Goodluck.

    edit: goodness prab1996...-92 rep, get to -107 and you'll beat the lowest I've ever seen. at that point it's a badge of honor in my book, like wiping out several indigenous cultures. how can you get upset at that? awe-inspiring stuff.
     
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    Define "over saturated". lol To me it looks like EVERYTHING is over saturated(If you have a good idea and are willing to go harder then your competition i think you can still make money no matter how many ppl are in the market).
     
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    Is it just me, or do you keep getting more and more -rep ??

    How do you do it?
     
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    But i believe that there are some loopholes in Indian market to penetrate in ....
     
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    Well creativity can never be over saturated. If you sell what 99 other stores are selling than yes its overstaurated! Get creative and create some out of the box tshirt prints.
     
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    As long as ppl wear t-shirts it will NEVER be over saturated. it's like a new restaurant, club, music, book whatever...

    If there EVER was a time to try ANYTHING it's in this current era. both the technology and the global recession act as fuel for opportunities NEVER seen before in the history of man. i don't care what you want to pursue.

    if you have something "new" or a new spin on something in some kind of way there's a market. period.

    most of the ppl who say Yes, have either failed, or wouldn't buy a t-shirt in the first place.

    50 years from now, guess what? somebody will be asking the same question and some clown will be saying "there's no money in it.."

    f the bull GO FOR YOURS!
     
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