Stone-based Tshirtify has been recognised in the top 40 of the country’s new businesses on the Start Up 100 index.
Tshirtify is the first on-demand merchandisers offering creative entrepreneurs the chance to print and distribute their wares as and when they need, making their dream of a new business or a passive income from an existing business a reality.
The company was set up by husband and wife duo Richard and Kerry Flanagan from Stafford.
The T shirt firm, which supports projects worldwide through global giving campaign Buy1Give1, is dedicated to the core belief that business can be a force for good.
For every T shirt sold on Tshirtify a donation is made to make an impact in projects around the world including the Indonesia, Nepal, India, Cambodia and Ethiopia.
Managing director of Tshirtify, Ms Flanagan said: “When we started the company our dream was always to make a business that made a difference. From offering ethically sourced clothing to using business cards made from recycled T shirts our ethos is all about helping the smaller independent creatives to grow their business in a way that supports and helps others.
“Being recognised in the Start Up 100 list goes to show that as a business we can make a difference and as the business grows so does the amount of help we can provide through B1G1.”
Tshirtify now hopes to further expand the business with plans to support a further 50 entrepreneurs in realising their dream and look at how technology such as augmented reality, virtual reality and 3D printing can have a positive impact on the garment industry.