- 20 medium shirts + 20 large shirts – £2 per shirt = £80
- Own brushes and paints = £0
- Packaging – 50 brown paper bags for £12.48 (incl. VAT and delivery)
- Adhesive paper = £2.49, 10p printing cost to print the logo onto it.
- Each t-shirt costs £2.37 to make.
- Production time will be £7.60 per hour
- So we can sell the t-shirts for £10
- This would result in us making £400 if we were to sell them all,
Making a £304.93 profit.
- Brown paper bags, Cost effective, Disposable and lightweight for the customer. Also strong enough to hold a t-shirt.
- Using stickers with our logo to secure the bag shut.
- We’ll have an assembly line to create the t-shirts. Some drawing the outline and some painting over it in acrylic.
- 25 minutes per shirt per person
- Four people working on shirts – 4 1/2 hours work each.
- Stickers: 10 minutes placing and formatting our logo onto the page, 30 minutes cutting the individual stickers using a guillotine.
Total of 18 hours.
- A public facebook post
- Could create a hashtag customers could upload pictures of their shirts? “Omg look at this shirt it’s cool af #dirtyshirts”
- Maybe add a date to the hashtag