It’s an exciting day as a dance group or fledgling band when you receive you receive your box of personalized t-shirts and all put them on for the first time, and when you feel successful and professional – and look like you believe it – that’s when other people will start to believe it too. If you have landed your first gig then this is almost a must – and maybe at some point down the line a producer will be putting your outfits together for you.
Meanwhile if you run a small business then promotional merchandise such as custom clothing can have other benefits aside form marketing your company and getting your name out there. For instance by giving everyone matching t-shirts with your company name on them, or personalized baseball caps, you can create a ‘uniform’. This won’t be appropriate for office jobs, but if you are running a café for instance, or a small convenience store then this can be very appropriate and can look very professional. Try to create a consistent uniform for all of your staff to wear and it will inspire confidence in your customers and clients while making your staff into ambassadors for your business when they are on their break or leaving for home.