After 3 Years of Rapid Growth, IconPrinting, T-shirt Printing and Promotional Clothing Supplier Expands to Rivington Street

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To accommodate surging sales and a larger product range, the London based promotional clothing company announced plans to move to a larger office space in October and hire more people.

"Demand has increased dramatically, which has led us to expand our team and move to larger premises”.

IconPrinting, a leading UK T-shirt printing and promotional clothing supplier, moves to new headquarters located in the centre of Shoreditch, the capital’s thriving creative hub. IconPrinting is planning to hire more staff in marketing and customer services over the next few months.

“Demand has increased dramatically,” says Director Alex Econs, who founded IconPrinting in 2010, “which has led us to expand our team and move to larger premises”. Since its inception, the company has seen a 100% year-on-year increase in sales.

IconPrinting supplies promotional clothing and bags to over 2000 businesses, often in the media, tech & fashion industries, such as Harvey Nichols and Channel 4. Other client's include gym clubs, breweries, restaurant chains, charities and events companies.

Specialising in promotional clothing, uniforms and merchandise, services include screen printing, direct-to-garment printing and embroidery, and post production services such as re-labelling and polybagging. Additionally Mr. Econs explains, “Our rapid turnaround times, customer service and design background distinguish us from other garment printing companies, we find our client's regularly come back for more.”

“We are looking to expand our product ranges over the next 12 months,” says Mr. Econs, “and continue to work with exciting new garment brands.” IconPrinting recently started supplying Stanley & Stella, a new clothing brand based in Germany who produce fashionable premium apparel in a sustainable way.

IconPrinting is also working on a rebrand as well as a new promotional competition to be announced in October. Its t-shirt design competition this summer invited design graduates to submit designs from their degree show and win £1000 worth of printed merchandise. The contest attracted over 300 entries from graduates across the UK and the winner, Dominc Kesterton, was introduced to judges from ASOS Marketplace, design website It’s Nice That and successful t-shirt brand, Millionhands.

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