November 8, 2012 by Terence LEE
It turns out that Singapore was the top buyer of Threadless T-shirts last year, as far as cities go. And while Sydney has pipped Singapore for the top spot in 2012, the little red dot still makes up an outsized proportion of the company’s revenue.
So it’s unsurprising that Threadless, which crowdsources designs and turns them into T-shirts, is now seeking for partners in Singapore to better serve its customer base here.
During SGE’s exclusive interview with the team, which is currently in the country for a Threadless party (almost 2,000 revelers have RSVPed), we’ve learnt that they’re looking to partner brick and mortar retailers to distribute their shirts here. They’re also looking for on-demand printing services located in Singapore to improve the efficiency of T-shirt delivery. Read more