What You Need to Know About Starting Your Own Mug Printing Business
Mug Printing is one of those low-cost startup businesses. If you have a decent computer and are starting from home, an investment of $2,000 for supplies, software, equipment, stock, and setup fees will get you up and going.
You can expand as you become familiar with the business. But before you get ahead of yourself, there are many considerations I’d like to share. In addition to my tips, you will have access to a collection of articles located further down the page written by a variety of authors, giving you an overview of the mug printing business.
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Will you Operate Full-time or Part-time
A mug printing business can be operated full-time or part-time. It may be a good idea to start part-time, and once you gain some momentum, and you find it profitable enough to support you financially, you can switch to a full-time business. Or you may be the type of person that puts everything they have into a business, and you want to go full-time from the start. It’s something you need to decide on before you begin.
Looking At Profitability
Here’s an example, and it opens your eyes to the potential if the orders are available.