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How Embroidery Business Can Generate Profit In First Year

An embroidery business can be profitable within its first year through utilizing strategic marketing and high-quality equipment.

At Melco, we’ve seen the birth of successful entrepreneurs and have even been able to nurture these clients on their paths to success. We’ve witnessed firsthand how rewarding and fulfilling an embroidery startup can be. 

Difference Between Sewing Machine and Embroidery Machine

If you are just starting your research into a possible embroidery company, then you may be looking into the differences between a sewing machine and an embroidery machine.

The two machines have a great deal of similarities but the fundamental difference is that embroidery machines allow for embroidery stitching, while sewing machines allow for regular stitching - also known as construction stitching. 

When to Buy The Next Embroidery Machine For Your Business

As your sales continue to grow, you approach a point where you reach capacity on your existing embroidery equipment. You now realize that you need more capacity to handle the volume and maintain quick turn times on your customer’s orders. It may be the right time to commit resources to adding one or more heads to your embroidery operation.

Let’s explore several points we should consider at this juncture:

1) Are we at embroidery machine capacity? 

10 Ways to Increase Sales For Your Embroidery Business

You simply love having the ability to take simple threads and weave them into something useful, beautiful, or meaningful. Now, how can you take your passion and skill for embroidery and make money with it? Whether you are just starting an embroidery business or you have a rather successful business in place, increasing your sales needs to be a marked effort, something you put time into achieving.

Benefits of Acti-Feed™ Technology for Embroiderers

Thread tension is one of the critical elements of any automated embroidery process. Melco’s Acti-Feed™ system delivers thread from the spool to the garment with precise control, stitch after stitch, even at the highest operating speeds. Thread tension and delivery are calculated for each stitch and set by three individual parameters per needle. This precise control means faster speeds, a softer embroidery, fewer thread breaks, and a more consistent sew quality.

Baseball Cap Embroidery: Digitizing & Machine Operation Tips

Baseball hat embroidery presents unique challenges to many embroiderers. No two cap brands or styles are the same. The panels are all cut differently and the front panels are backed and constructed differently. This means that it is very difficult to make a cap framing system that fits every possible cap product with exactly the same result. For this challenge, we need to expand two skill sets, a) digitizing and b) machine operation.

Digitizing Tips for Cap Embroidery

Hiring Your First Employees For Your Embroidery Business

When a typical start-up embroidery company opens its doors for the first days of business the staff usually consist of a single entrepreneur or sometimes a couple of good friends who form a simple working partnership. These dedicated individuals work long hours and often perform a plethora of duties which include selling, purchasing, accounting, operating an embroidery machine, and finishing and engineering just to name a few.

Pricing Embroidery for Profit Part 2: Understanding Perceived Value

When it comes to delivering your price, some embroiderers feel a lot of anxiety. Most of this is caused by the fear of confrontation with an upset customer or fear of a lost sale. There are some simple things you can do to remove this anxiety and enable you to charge more for your services and enjoy better profits.

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