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Does your business need raw materials? Compete in the [Re]Verse Pitch Competition for a new material stream and a chance at up to $12,500! Opening night is January 17th. Meet the material generators, learn about the products, and network with other entrepreneurs. RSVP here

What do oyster shells, vinyl records and denim have in common? They can all be turned into a business! [Re]Verse Pitch is an innovative social entrepreneurship competition designed to help start the next big venture. Come out to opening night on January 17th!

This year [Re]Verse Pitch has oyster shells, vinyl records, denim and much more. What social enterprise will you create? Join us on January 17th for opening night.

Innovation, entrepreneurship, social responsibility, [Re]Verse Pitch has it all. Join us on January 17th to learn more about this year’s materials, meet the material generators, and network with fellow entrepreneurs. RSVP here

Entrepreneurs, are you looking for inspiration? The [Re]Verse Pitch Competition is awarding up to $12,500 to the best repurposing business idea. Come to opening night on January 17th to learn about the products, meet the material generators, and network with fellow entrepreneurs. RSVP here

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10 things you must do before launching your online clothing store

When you first set out to chase your dream of starting your online clothing store, things can quickly turn quite confusing. There’s so much to do: identifying the right ecommerce development company, setting up the website, negotiating with wholesalers, making marketing and branding decisions, managing your inventory, promoting the site… At times, all this can appear a bit scary.

No one’s going to tell you all this is going to be easy – nothing worthwhile is easy. But with the right planning combined with hard work and a bit of guidance, it can turn out not only successful and profitable but also a lot of fun!

This post will guide you through each of the activities and help you make the right decisions at every stage. Here are the 10 things you should consider before launching your online clothing store.

1. Study The Competition

Everyone wants a piece of the $370 billion market of online retail sales. That means you aren’t alone, no matter what you intend to sell.  And that’s good news: You can study so many potential competitors beforehand!


Stantt combines customization with standardization extremely well

To begin with, what was the phrase (called ‘keyword’) you typed into the search engine that brought you to particular site? Note how different combinations of words produce different results on the search engine and see which of them are most likely to apply to the line of products you intend to carry.

Next, understand product classification and display. Pay attention to product descriptions, since product descriptions must be short yet riveting. See what features the shopping cart carries and how the site responds to abandoned shopping carts. Finally, if you are technically competent, you can study the platform. For instance, if it’s built on Magento, you’d like to understand the level of sophistication the Magento development company has been able to provide.

2. Decide What Lines You’ll Sell

Anyone who has even a basic understanding of the clothing business knows there are several categories in clothing: newborns, kids, teens, sports, women’s, men’s, casuals… Do you intend to cater to customers in each of the categories or are you focusing on some niche?

Typically, startups prefer being a unisex, general apparel store. However, a number of factors influence this decision. On the one hand, niches tend to offer better margins, and mostly it’s easier to build a brand around something that’s special or unique. On the other, the volumes are small and established players offer stiff competition.

image6 successfully sells a wide range of clothing and accessories

Names are important. A generic or an abstract name (e.g. can easily switch its line of clothing, while with something highly specific (e.g. Dream Diva Plus Size) you can almost never change. (Hint: Abstract names are safer!)

3.    Write a Business Plan

eCommerce website development has come long way in terms of technical excellence, yet it cannot replace a clearly thought-out business plan.

No matter how sure you are of your next big idea, it’s strongly recommended you write  a business plan. If you’ve never written one before, surf a little and you’ll quickly understand the basics.

image5, founded in 2012, focused on customization from the start

As the first draft of your business, it’d include finance, marketing, hiring challenges and other critical aspects. That will also raise a few questions. For instance, what strategies do you plan to use to break into this crowded market space? What will be your pricing policies?

A business plan serves multiple purposes: It opens your eyes to what you are getting into, it helps get funding, and, importantly, clarifies the founder’s vision.

4.    Choose the Right Platform

Approach this technical question with an open mind, since there are no universal truths. A lot will depend on your budget, your own technical competence and a number of other factors.  To begin with, you’ll need to be clear about what level of control and customization you’re looking for – not just right now, but also a year later.

Our long experience in Magento ecommerce development has given us some valuable insights. There’s no denying Shopify, Etsy or Zepo have their own advantages. However, Magento offers a certain freedom that brings out the uniqueness you see in your online clothing store and that can prove to be critical in the medium to long term. You may want to check out the post that compares Magento vs Shopify.


5. Setting up, Hosting and Domains

Often, the comparison comes down to choosing between Shopify and Magento.

Shopify offers you free domain and takes care of hosting when you sign up for one its plan (starting US$ 29/mo). To some, it’s a mixed blessing. On the one hand, it takes a lot of load off your back, while on the other hand it’s a closed platform so you get limited flexibility. The analytics report it brings up is easy to interpret but also relatively simple.

image8, a jewellery startup, is comfortable with Shopify

Magento is open-source so there is a great scope for customization. Its Community Edition (CE) is free. You get to choose where you’d like to host your site. If you take a little interest in the technical area, you’ll come to enjoy the kind of freedom Magento offers. There’s a very huge Magento community out there that you can turn to if you feel you’re stuck somewhere.

All said and done, there’s a strong case in favor of Magento. An experienced Magento development company can build you, in your budget, a stunning, stable, secure and fully functional webstore.

6. Focus on Payment Gateways and Shopping Carts

A payment gateway is basically an interface which accepts and processes payments your customers make when they purchase from you. It must satisfy the following two important characteristics, without which your business suffers very badly.image7

There are many options available for ecommerce

Firstly, the payment gateway must be fully safe and secure. If it’s insecure, customers will not buy from you. A strong and a reliable gateway, on the other hand, inspires confidence and customers will pay without hesitation.

Secondly, the payment process must be simple and swift. Multiple authentications both frustrate and discourage customers. Your payment gateway must be easy to use and payments must be processed without undue delay.

Another important feature you’ll need to take care of is the shopping cart. Choose a shopping cart that allows easy addition or removal of products. Also, the customer must be able to view, at all times, whatever items they have placed in the shopping cart. Finally, you’ll need a strong shopping cart abandonment management in place. Make sure you are clear about these aspects while you proceed for ecommerce website development.

7. Manage Your Sourcing and Inventory

Now you’re talking business!

Even a virtual clothing store needs real products – clothes. And for your online store to run profitably, your purchase and inventory costs should be as low as possible. While you’ll certainly need to purchase clothes at low prices, you don’t want to buy them cheap to the extent of badly hurting quality.

Different items have different minimum order quantities. And there are great bargains too!

In order to strike the right balance between quality and pricing, you’ll have to get in touch with a number of suppliers, verify their quality, ascertain if they can deliver the same quality and in the quantity you want and negotiate the price.  Depending upon how small or how big you intend to start, your suppliers can be the local vendors, lesser-known designers, Etsy stores or even international suppliers.

Another critical aspect is inventory. Depending upon your business model and the terms you negotiated with your suppliers, you may be carrying a lot of inventory yourself. While stocking assures you can supply anytime there’s a purchase, it also drives up your costs.

8. Take Care of Shipping Logistics and Returns

Shipping time that’s too slow discourages customers from repeat purchases or making a purchase at all. You can negotiate drop-shipping: your supplier will carry the inventory and will deliver when you ask them to. Managed well, this can keep your inventory costs down considerably. However, you’ll want to instruct them on how to properly store the product and how to carry out special wrapping orders (e.g. holiday gifts, birthday gifts).

If you are managing the shipping yourself, you’ll want to check out and negotiate with delivery solution providers. Costing, time taken to deliver, number of locations served, their system of processing orders and insurance are five of the most important elements that go into choosing the right shipping partner.

Next is your returns policy. An experienced ecommerce development company can help you with the basics of the policy. If you’re delivering to international locations, you’ll find a simple international conversion chart can reduce a lot of headache. Your shipping partner should be able to take care of collecting the returns and delivering them to the original vendor.

9. Make Branding and Promotions a Top Priority

What most startups probably don’t know is branding begins long before your marketing efforts. If, for instance, you specialize in bridal clothing, your website color and texture simply cannot have a denim look! Your brand promise, therefore, is the sum of line of products you seek to deliver, the target customer, the overall design of your website, your pricing strategies, the messages you send out on social media, the values you stand for, and even your name!


Platforms like RedPolka promote various brands

Launching and then continually promoting your online clothing store is going to be as important as selecting the right ecommerce development company. Building reputation online is time-consuming so you need to prove yourself to your customers and earn their trust. An offline launch, like having a pop-up stall, is a pretty good idea. Your customers can see you, check out what you’re offering, try a few items and then make purchase at the pop-up stall. Once they begin seeing what you stand for – bargains, value for money, premium quality, exotic designs – it’s easier to become their top choice.

Finally, you’ll have to make some strategic decisions regarding promotional offers. If you claim to be selling only very high-quality, designer stuff, frequent discount offers can do more harm than good. However, if you’re positioning yourself as a value-for-money online clothing store, Happy Hours or Bargain Wednesdays will take you a long way.

10. Get The Most Out of Your Marketing

Product descriptions, as pointed out earlier, tend to be short. Hence, building your SEO around product descriptions is a big challenge.  A competent Magento development company can make your life on the marketing front a great deal easier. That’s because Magento is enriched with SEO features.


Popular fashion and design blogs as this can greatly push your store

Besides, you might want to consider setting up a blog, or even a video blog.  The alternative to this is to use popular, third-party blogs to promote your products. You can offer them free products for quality evaluation, offer their readers a special discount or request them to write a guest post on your site. In return, your site gets visibility.

Feely use the major social media – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram – to drive traffic. But always remember everything you share must not be salesy. Use social media platforms to build a ‘personality’ of your online store. For example, you can share various interesting stories of your struggles or accomplishments. That can make your brand more ‘human’, more engaging.

At Infigic, we’re committed to making everything we take up a big success. Feel free to get in touch with us for requirements you may have while you chase your dream of setting up a great online clothing store! We’ll be happy to help!


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Concept 2 Consumption Fashion and Technology

  C2C is a fashion technology enterprise  focused on reinventing the fashion industry through a unique integration of fashion, technology, medical and the arts. Located in Austin, TX, our company endeavors not only to develop domestic production, but also to do so in an ecologically-sound and technologically-progressive way. Our goal is to be the leader in fashion technology focus on nano and bio-technology smart fashion. 

Please contact us of any interest in being a partner of our future. The project is developing a new  phase of smart fashion. Currently, we have partners representing private industry, government and education. And, the overarching goal of this C2C is to build a creative company characterized by collaboration, incubation, and acceleration that will serve as model for the global fashion industry.

As you might imagine, each partner will contribute resources in accordance with its core strengths. Thus, as to the specific contributions that your company could make certainly remains open for discussion. I suggest we discuss the ways in which your company might be interested in contributing  and learning about C2C projects. Of course C2C would welcome financial support, assistance with labs, product development, education and training resources, etc. However, collaboration on all levels is the core mission of the C2C, so the specifics of a partnership would need to be further explored at your convenience.

Samuel Alexander-Founder/CEO

C2C Fashion and Technology

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Order-Register Will Work for Your Company

  Order Register is your solution for expanding and growing your business as well as raising awareness in the customer’s and target audiences’ mind for your offerings. The world of fashion is evolving constantly, and there is no dearth of designers. The trick, however, is to have the spotlight on yourself. This is done through savvy designs and product deliveries, but also through the use of emerging marketing tools and through reaching a wider audience. All of this must then be managed effectively and efficiently so as to assist and facilitate business operations and marketing.

  Order-Register offers you with compatible and user-friendly solutions for managing your business- from the front end as well as the back end. The company allows you to effectively and efficiently manage and allocate the resources available, and make the optimal use of time management as well. This is important because as it allows your company and personnel to respond to queries and feedback accurately and systematically. Order-Register allows your business to have a more systematic and an orderly face and manner. This is important not only for the internal management of the business that you are supporting, but also for managing the external image that your company projects.

  We offer solutions through providing you with: Social customer relationship management (SCRM) Enterprise resource planning (ERP) Software as a Service (SaaS) These solutions will aid in the smooth and UN-obstructive running of your business as well as allow you to penetrate the masses at large. The SCRM will enable you to use the social media platforms and gain advantage through them. It will not only identify the potential platforms that will be useful for you, but will also help you generate and reshape the content that you are planning to display. This content will be tailored to match your business offering as well as the needs of the customer. The match created fills in the gap and leaves no room for discrepancy or loopholes in between the customer and your business. The ERP will similarly help you mange internal business resources and people. The SaaS will help you keep track of the activities and the processes that are being implemented and run through your business, as well as allow the tracking of results for these processes.

  Order-Register will work for your company because it will allow you to tap into the global market and audiences. As our offerings are implemented through the World Wide Web, our solutions will aid you in business expansion as well as gaining recognition. Through portrayal on the social media and savvy management of your business on the same, our solutions can help you gain awareness and results in the soonest time. Our solutions will also allow you to operate 24/7- you will not be limited by time or space anymore. Order-Register allows you to explore your own potential and reach the heights in the global fashion world- marking your own designs and creating waves through imagination. With us, no destination is unreachable, and nothing is unachievable- Order Register is full of possibilities where nothing is impossible! Thank You.

Sam Alexander

CEO Order Register Inc

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Written by

Oliver Wright, Managing Director, Strategy, Consumer Goods and Services, Accenture

Zara Ingilizian, Head of Consumer Industry and System Initiative, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum LLC

Two powerful forces are transforming the nature of consumption. The empowered consumer and disruptive technologies have sent companies scrambling to find new strategies and business models for creating consumer value. At the same time, businesses are having to overhaul their operating models to drive innovation and increase their market agility.

In short, there is a digital revolution in consumer industries. To survive in a new, more collaborative environment, players must reinvent themselves to drive inclusive growth for business and society.

Revisiting the sources of disruption

Last year’s World Economic Forum Future of Retail Insights Report outlined the transformation of consumer industries. It showed how the Fourth Industrial Revolution is unleashing an unprecedented level of digital disruption that is affecting entire systems of production, distribution and consumption.

Digitalization has transformed the way that consumers discover, evaluate, purchase and use products and services. As they have become more connected, consumers have also become more empowered. They demand experiences, not just products, and have become active participants at every stage of the value chain – acting as innovators, marketers and even employees – with turbocharged expectations and demanding control.

Meanwhile, Disruptive Technologies (e.g. robotics, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence) are driving a step change in business performance, enabling companies to offer once-impossible services.

Together, these two forces have sparked an explosion of consumer-focused start-ups, whose new business models (e.g., sharing, on-demand and subscription models) are redefining the nature of consumption. We project that consumer industries will change more in the next 10 years than in the last 40 – and at an ever-accelerating pace of transformation. To stay competitive and meet dynamic market demands, businesses must reconsider their purpose and revamp their operating models.

Exploring the impact of disruption

Thriving in this new environment will require companies to make a series of strategic decisions about their business and operating models.

A business model defines how a company captures value and goes to market; it outlines target customers and markets, products and services, a revenue model, and channels to deliver value.

The business model drives an operating model, which leverages three key components – people, process and technology – to define how a business constructs and operates its capabilities to deliver its business strategy. The operating model is a blueprint for an organization’s capabilities and the key relationships between its business functions, processes and structures. It also identifies the key organization behaviors, as well as the enabling technologies and digital capabilities.

As companies prepare for the future, they must redefine their operating models. No function and virtually no role in the industry will remain untouched as the Empowered Consumer and Disruptive Technologies transform the nature of consumption. Employees and leaders alike will need to operate very differently.

‘End-to-end’ thinking will draw functions together, reshape roles, eliminate large blocks of activity and transform others. Vital new capabilities will be needed to achieve unprecedented consumer intimacy, embed predictive analytics in decision-making, build collaborative ecosystems, and support the increased range of business models.

Further, Disruptive Technologies will dramatically change how work is done, integrating the roles of people, processes and technology. New skills and dynamic, adaptable workforce models will be required to optimize the operating model. A new strategy will govern this operating model, balancing organizational agility and the unique value proposition of each business model with central resources and shared consumer insight.

Internal evolution will not be enough, however. In this newly complex world, no company can operate in isolation. We are now in the age of the ecosystem, where industry players come together to deliver seamless consumer solutions. Individual companies are expert in a specific area, but satisfying consumers requires experts in various areas to co-operate within ecosystem partnerships.

Ecosystems will become the source of new market creation. Complete consumer experiences will not only bring together traditional value-chain partners, but create alliances with entities from outside the industry and with consumers themselves. Linear value chains will become cross-industry networks in which each business defines its strategic role within the ecosystem, focusing on core competencies and ceding capabilities and activities it once owned to new partners. As each player focuses on its comparative advantage and leverages partners’ strengths, ‘co-opetition’ arrangements will maximize collective consumer value.

Considering societal implications

Shockwaves from the impact of the Empowered Consumer and Disruptive Technologies on business will be felt across society. As the Future of Retail report showed, public-private collaborations must address and mitigate three major societal effects:

  • The effect of physical retail evolution on communities
  • The transformation of the workforce
  • The environmental consequences of last-mile delivery

While each of these is critical, we believe workforce repercussions will be the most extensive – and the most challenging to overcome. As such, it should be a primary target for public-private collaboration.

New operating models will reshape what work needs to be done and who does the work. They will need a fluid spectrum of adaptive, responsive and innovative workforce models – encompassing traditional employees, partners, freelancers and consumers-as-employees – that can meet demand with the right talent at the right time. Traditional employees and partners will provide deep business expertise and operational consistency to sustain performance. Freelancers and consumers will make up a flexible, on-demand workforce to fulfill immediate needs and provide specialized or rare skills. Managing this mix of workforce models will require significant changes in organizational culture and leadership.

To sustain these mixed workforces, companies will need to revamp talent-management activities and overhaul training efforts to enable continual upskilling and retooling. Educators must create curriculums that give students the attitude and adaptability they will need to be the employees of the future. Governments will have to help workers navigate job transition, providing a better safety net to support displaced workers, while also fostering economic growth with new labor regulations that suit new employment models. Finally, the public and private sectors will need to collaborate to expand availability and access to continuous learning opportunities, so that workers can acquire the necessary skills to change with the market and emerging technologies.

Embracing the ‘new’

The companies that survive the next 10 years will be the ones that embrace the Empowered Consumer and Disruptive Technologies. They will be data driven and far more externally oriented, working seamlessly with new partners, on-demand employees and (as part of an extended workforce) consumers.

The industry cannot reinvent itself on its own, however. Businesses, policymakers and educators must all embrace the coming changes. Each will have a crucial role to play in developing dynamic commercial and labor marketplaces, supported by effective labor regulations and relevant educational opportunities. But, more than anything else in an age of continuous disruption, open collaboration will be key to driving positive outcomes for consumers, workers and industry players alike. This initiative is designed to start the conversations that will lead to that collaboration.

The Future of Consumption System Initiative will publish its report on the future of operating models later this year. The latest news and research from the initiative can be found here.

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Samuel Alexander

Concept 2 Consumption (C2C) is an Austin, TX-based business providing its clients with access to a revolutionary fashion and technology ecosystem.  C2C is the vision of industry veteran, Samuel Alexander, who has more than three decades of experience using technology to position his clients to take advantage of the ever-evolving global fashion industry.  Alexander is making his global contacts—with world-class specialty retailers, department stores, manufacturers, factories, mills, and trade commissions—available to businesses willing to harness the disruptive nature of technology to improve their competitive advantage.
C2C delivers expert guidance:  Project Management; Product Design/Development; Global Sourcing/ Production; Strategic Branding/Marketing; and, Technology Integration, including Wearable Technology.
We provide expert guidance and support for a broad range of businesses—whether a fledgling designer or an established manufacturer or retailer, C2C can provides expert consulting, production, and marketing services through its state-of the-art business to business (B to B) and business to consumer (B to C) Order Register platforms.

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Blank and Custom 100% Pima & Tangüis Cotton Production


Pima Cotton: Our main raw material.

Tangüis Cotton: Our second option in quality.

Tangüis is a long staple cotton and grows in the valleys of Peru and is also considered among the finest long fiber cotton varieties.

We work with these 2 high quality cotton types and produce 100% cotton fabrics, blends with other fibers, but also are able to work with any other cotton more affordable if required.

We also offer new moisture management technology for cotton which add fast-drying and moisture-wicking performance of synthetic fabrics to the comfort and softness of a 100% Cotton.

We have available several apparel styles designed for the main fashion markets of the world, but in addition can work according to the most demanding requirements of other companies starting from scratch.

- Peruvian Pima - Supima - Tangüis -

Also Blends with synthetic fibers

Small & Large Orders:
We produce only high quality garments including T-Shirt, Polo Shirts, Tank Tops, Sweatshirts, Pants, Henley s, Underwear and many other garments to export worldwide.
After several years working in the industry, we have designed our company and services to fit the needs as for small as well for big companies.
We have available some of our existing and best selling styles for Men, Women, Kids and Babies.
We offer a Private Label or Full Package Program, from the design, development of custom fabrics, your own cut / style, embellishment to the packing, we provide all the apparel manufacturing services.
Sleeves: Short or Long Sleeves
Fabric options: Jersey, Slub Jersey or Interlock.

Cotton Qualities (from the Highest to the Lowest): PIMA, SUPIMA, TANGUIS, IMPORTED.

Yarn Counts (Carded or Combed): 20/1, 24/1, 30/1, 40/1, 50/1, 60/1.


Minimum per Fabric Type: 500 pieces.
Minimum per Colour: 500 pieces.
Minimum per Cut/Style: 250 pieces.
Minimum for Printing or Embroidering: 250 pieces per design.

*Quantities based on adult garments.

Private Label Program / Full Package Program

We offer a Private Label Program directed to companies that need to start from scratch and are looking for fully customized clothing.

As part of our Full Package Program, we can get a fully finished product with all details, trims and marketing items our customers may require, thus you will receive the garments ready to sell!

We are able to start from either of the following options:

Option 1:
Technical Specifications Documents including Technical Details of the Fabric, Design and Construction Details, Trim Placements and Specifications, Pattern Assembly Details (including machine requirements), Garment Dimensions per Size, Details of Print/Embroidery designs.

Option 2:
Ship to us a physical sample so we can replicate it, from the Fabric, Design and Construction Details, Assembly Details, Dimensions, everything you may require.



Minimum per Fabric Type: 500 pieces.
Minimum per Color: 500 pieces.
Minimum per Style/Cut: 500 Pieces.
Minimum for Printing or Embroidering: 250 pieces per design.

*Quantities based on adult garments. Minimums may vary depending on each particular garment type.


We are able to manufacture the following knitted fabrics:


RIB (1x1, 2x2 & Variegated)
PIQUE (Simple & Double)

Special Feature: We can add a Super-Soft Suede finish to all of the fabrics listed above.


YARNS COUNTS (Carded or Combed): 20/1, 24/1, 30/1, 40/1, 50/1, 60/1.



The following are the Minimum Quantities:

Dye Effects: 400 pieces per Color/Effect.
Printing: 300 pieces per Design.
Embroidering: 300 pieces per Design.
Below you can find some of the embellishments we can do:

Sewing / Construction Details

Water-Based Ink
Mix: Discharge + Rhinestones

Dye and Wash Effects.

The following are some of the dye and wash effects we are able to do. This type of embellishment will make your t-shirts unique and exclusive:
Garment Dye
Pigment Dye
Marble Dyed
Dip Dyed
Garment Dye   Pigment Dyed   Marble Dye Effect Dip Dye
Ink Spots Effect
Tie Dye - Stripes
Ink Spots Effect   Raindrops   Clouds Dye Effect Tie Dye Stripes

Spiral Tie Dye

Bamboo Dye Effect
Spiral Brush
Linear Brush
Spiral Tie Dye   Bamboo Dye Effect   Spiral Brush Linear Brush

Acid Wash

Dotted + Vintage
Inner Airbrush Dye
Acid Wash   Dotted and Vintage Wash   Burnout - Devore Inner Airbrush Dye on Slub Jersey


Pre-Production Services

  • Consulting and Product Development
  • Pattern Making
  • Marking and Grading
  • Samples Making
  • Sales Rep Sampling

Production Services

  • Knitting
  • Dyeing
  • Cutting
  • Sewing
  • Printing Service: We work with the screen printing method, we can do it in any size and all over print. We work with many print types and techniques: Water-based ink, Plastisol, Discharge and others that are used nowadays like Flock, Foil, 3D, Puff, Glitter, Caviar, Rhinestones, etc.
  • Computerized Embroidering Service, including appliques.
  • Laundry Service: Garment Wash & Special Dye Effects.

Post Production Services

  • Pressing
  • Hang-tagging, Folding and Poly-bagging
  • Packing

Please contact us with any request or questions

Sam Alexander


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Order Register Conception to Conception

A Better Way To Run Your Global Fashion Business

The disruptive nature of Order Register means that opportunities are no longer limited to domestic markets or large corporations. Order Register is a business ecosystem connecting all aspects of business worldwide, increasing productivity and your ability to compete in today’s global market.

Order Register is significantly creating new opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as being capable of managing large business activities. Businesses in developing countries are now able to engage in local, national and international trade to become part of the global economy.

Work Anywhere, Anytime

Access your data securely, have it

sync across devices and users.

Do More in Less Time

Create and track production and sales.

create instant pick tickets and invoices.

Develop and sell your product globally online.

All the Essentials

Client Contact

Tech pack, order forms, pick ticket, invoice and inventory

Track your business

Free for 30 days - no credit card required.

Everything You Need to Develop Your Global Fashion Business

Social Customer Relationship Management (SCRM)

Global Client Contact in 32 Languages 24/7

Develop and Sale Products Globally

Engage, Inform, and Impress your Customers

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Create Tech Packs, Pick Ticket, Orders, and Invoices

Track Sales, Production, and Inventory

Software as a Service (SaaS)

Access your Data Securely

Sync across Devices and Users

Work Anywhere, Anytime

Do More in Less Time

All the Business Essentials

Build your Business with Order Register’s Global Ecosystem


New Company Setup

New User Register

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Strategic Plan


Our vision is to provide a global infrastructure for fashion technology entrepreneurs where professionals and creative thinkers from a wide range of backgrounds explore the boundaries between art, science and technology.

This is a participant-driven organization where all will be encouraged to collaborate and thrash out new ideas for materials and technology, and find ways to generate innovation and collaboration to create fashionable, functional, comfortable solutions to meet everyday needs, whether it’s in sports & fitness, outdoor & leisure, home & leisure, home care or health care.

We are early adopters of a digital revolution that is transforming the fashion industry. We have the drive and capability to make smart fashion technology concepts into reality.


    To Disrupt old concepts and to Grow new ideas.

    To push the limits of both fashion and technology to make life more convenient by providing interactive clothing, accessories, gifts, and home furnishing suitable for commercial and everyday use.

        To invent these technologies and advance the industries that will define  generations to come.

    To find what's missing in the market.

    To build a team that builds itself.

    TECH+STYLE GLOBAL Strategic Plan


    Identify and consolidate opportunities that combine wearables with the technology, medical, music, film, and home furnishings industries.

    Become a world leader in combining fashion and technology and bring these products to market.

    Establish Austin’s foothold in this global industry (fashion/tech) through a collective voice.


    Provide and continuously nurture a trusted environment that provides the single best setting for bringing ideas to life.  We want to empower everyone to soar out of the confines of uniformity and consistency.

    Create an inventive culture that will thrive and grow with every new idea to understand new market opportunities and to leverage existing ideas and technologies that enable these opportunities.  We embrace uncertainty and leverage our innovative ideas to create inventions that will change the world.

    Create a collaborative environment to connect with peers and experts for valuable feedback, insights and discussions that trigger additional thoughts to enhance and develop new ideas through integrated solutions.

    Identify new, socially responsible ideas and opportunities in these industries.

    TECH+STYLE GLOBAL Strategic Plan

    Short Term

    Organize and establish TECH+STYLE GLOBAL.

    Formalize relationships with key entities including government, educational and commercial.

    Secure a physical space (via government or private entity).

    Identify products to take to market within the first 12 months.

    Seek out channel partners that can take products to market by providing consumer outlets.


Long Term

    Establish world-class global fashion and technology businesses in Austin.

    Set up TECH+STYLE GLOBAL to be self-sustaining with a growing membership base.

    Provide accessibility for entrepreneurs and inventors with marketable concepts.

    Identify retail/pop up/expo opportunities to sell products in temporary and/or permanent spaces.

    TECH+STYLE GLOBAL Strategic Plan

Philosophy / Ethos

Inclusive:  TECH+STYLE GLOBAL will foster and champion a collaborative, synergistic environment that pushes ideas and inspires our entire community of thinkers.

Integrity:  TECH+STYLE GLOBAL is an honest collaborative effort that has one unified agenda: making each others ideas the strongest they can be.

Reward:  TECH+STYLE GLOBAL wants our members to take pride in knowing they are part of a movement that allows them to pursue their passion in the most positive environment possible.

Tagline:   Where Inspiration Lives

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Sam Alexander Fashion and Technology

Paradigm shift is Inevitable

Those who believe the paradigm shift is inevitable, it is no secret that massive opportunities exist for trend setters and early adopters. Got a great idea for a new product? Congratulations!! You're about to embark on a journey of a lifetime! Getting a new product to market is a whole new learning experience. It's exciting, Challenging, frustrating, confusing, potentially rewarding. I have Mapped out a path for pioneer People with New Vision and Innovative Ideology. The aim and objective of this organization is to Open the Initiative of the Global society. With the common vision to promote and implement radical changes in our today's global economy. We offer marketing in a traditional and digital media environment, Including branding, market positioning ,marketing, creative team, sourcing, and product development.

Marketing and Product Development

Conception to Consumption
Experience of over 35 years in the Fashion and Technology Industry Specializing in Branded Products, Wearable Technology, Safety,and Medical Wearable Production.
“Sam Alexander is productive and disciplined professional with a background in production, sourcing, strategic planning, brand management, marketing, purchasing, key relationship management, forecasting, and supplier management. Organize multifaceted processes while collaborating with cross-functional teams to meet customer requirements as well as overall company vision.
Sam Alexander is experiences in marketing, product development, and technology innovation. I have been instrumental in promoting the growth and development of numerous major labels such as Backflare, Jukz Sport, Buc ee's, Votre Nom Paris, Levi Strauss, Gloria Vanderbilt, Jones of New York, Nygard Industries, Lois, InWear, Bluedot International, Leather International, David Dart, Laundry, Willi Smith, Shelli Segal, Kookai, Enzym, Blue Addict, Hype, B-Zen, Lado Avesso, Icon Aura and Sue Wong.
 Sam Alexander has  contact with the best specialty retailers, department stores, manufacturers, factories, mills, and trade commissions throughout the world. My ability to work with both small business owners and major corporations sets me apart in this ever-changing world.
 Manufacturing Design, Production, Sourcing, Marketing, Fabric research, technology research and development, Fashion technology integration and medical wearable.

   Sam Alexander have developed Cyberlink and Order Register industry specific Cloud ecosystem software for the fashion industry to manage all production from conception to consumption.

Product Development, Negotiation, Excellent Vendor & Retail Relationships

Private Label and Branded

We offer a Full Private Label Program directed to companies that need to start from scratch and are looking for fully customized clothing. Our company services have been designed to help small and large companies develop their own private label or branded products. We are able to offer low minimums for companies that are just starting in private label. We also offer high quality production and a talented design staff.

Sales and Marketing

I am experienced business entrepreneur with over 35 years of experience in the fashion and technology industry. I have been instrumental in the development of hundreds of labels such as; Votre Nom...Levi Strauss, Gloria Vanderbilt, Jones of New York, Nygard Industries, Lois, InWear, Bluedot International, Leather International, David Dart, Laundry, Shelli Segal, Kookai, and Sue Wong. My ability to accurately predict trends in the industry and proven track record of success is a result of my consistent contact with the best specialty retailers and department stores throughout the United States and Canada, as well as trade commissions, and manufacturers and factories  across the world. Owned and developed Cyberlink and Order Register industry specific software for the apparel industry. My capability to work with small business owners and major corporations.

Enterprise Leading Edge Technology

Contact us if you have a product or own a factory that would like us to develop your products or company distribution.

Sam Alexander- Owner

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