How to Start an Embroidery Business With a $3,500/Day Revenue (Pt. 2)


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Are you wondering how to start an embroidery business—and how to grow its revenue into the high six figures? The Foundry Print Shop founder Forrest Wedmore did just that, and today he’s going to tell us how.

The Foundry started as a simple screen printing operation using rented space and equipment. From these humble beginnings, they’ve expanded into a 4,000 square foot space (that they’re already outgrowing!) with their own array of modern equipment.

Today, they’re on track to double their revenue, which is already in the high six figures, bringing in an average revenue of more than $100,000/Month.

In part 2 of our interview with Forrest, we’ll dig deeper into the roots of his embroidery business’ impressive growth.

He’ll share his top advice for anyone who wants to get into screen printing, as well as his most successful marketing approaches. We’ll talk numbers, too, finding out what a “good day” means for The Foundry and how many items they make to reach those sales figures.

Starting an embroidery business can be both challenging and rewarding. In our talk with Forrest, we’ll find out what skills from his time in retail have been the most helpful in running his own business.

His tips cover everything from hiring and keeping a strong staff to getting the word of mouth referrals that have been so crucial in growing The Foundry’s revenue.

You can learn more about The Foundry at their website,

Creative entrepreneurs can learn a lot from Forrest’s story. We hope hearing it has inspired anyone wondering if they should take the leap and start their own business!

If you haven’t seen Part 1, watch it here:

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