WHAT’S UP, AMERICA?
We have been witnessing a great number of people starting their own business as an embroider in recent years in the USA. What’s up, America? Let’s find out! As we all know, small businesses are the backbone of America and comprise of 99.9% of all the United States’ businesses with over 30.2 billion businesses across the country. Industries with the smallest businesses are professional, scientific, and technical services with 4 million firms. The embroidery business tops the list with technology industries.
The majority of the embroidery industries are usually startups consisting of only one embroidery machine, limited resources, and a small number of employees. The wants and demands of custom digitized embroidery grow, the market flourishes but, are the small industries well equipped to take on the pressure? No, they are not. Embroidering a design does not only require an embroidery machine, a few threads, and embroider. First and foremost, it requires a highly skilled and well-trained individual known as an embroidery digitizer, who digitizes your artwork into embroidery machine-friendly files which are further used to embroider the design on the garment/accessory.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN EMBROIDER AND A DIGITIZER?
Embroider and digitizer is two different people in the same industry, working on the same project but with different approaches and are interdependent on one another. Embroider works with the physical product that includes fabrics, needles, threads, and other stuff. He is able to touch and feel the product to check his work. Whereas, the digitizer does work in the virtual world, digitizes the artworks into embroidery machine-friendly files with software into a DST file, PNG file, or other different files. The industry is running on mutual benefits and fulfilling the commitments. However, hiring a digitizer can be an expensive deal for embroidery start-ups as resources and capital are in limited quantity and customization orders are occasional.
What do the small embroiders do then? They outsource! Yes, outsourcing digitized embroidery is a great alternative for having an in-house embroidery digitizer. Let me tell you
‘WHY OUTSOURCING IS A GOOD IDEA’.
Embroidery digitizing is an expensive affair as the software used in digitizing the artwork is best in class. Also, the digitizers are highly trained and skilled which involves lots of capital investment and also a lot of time investment. As the industry has developed, digitizing firms have started to work online and accept orders from around the globe. Firms like Cre8iveSkill accept your artwork in any format and with a turnaround time of just 12 hours, convert your artwork into beautiful digitized embroidery which can be easily run on embroidery machines. This not only saves time but also saves investing in quality checks of the embroidery, as the highly skilled and trained embroidery digitizers do the complete quality check by sampling the digitized embroidery.
Outsourcing digitized embroidery
clearly is a great choice for small industries to cut down on investments, processing time and can easily focus on the needs and wants of direct customers.
The US being a developed nation, has most of its revenue generated by small scale industries where embroidery services top the list. Embroidery businesses require fewer investments and more creativity but the first step involved in machine embroidery is digitizing. Digitization is an expensive affair as it requires learning of the digitizing skill, time investing, buying of software, etc. The go-to solution for growing businesses is outsourcing. Outsourcing helps in cost-cutting, boosts effectiveness, helps to totally focus on the primary work, and reduces the risks involved.
Firms like Cre8iveSkill have highly skilled and professional embroidery digitizers who provide excellent digitizing services with just 12 hours turnaround time at amazingly competitive pricing. What are you waiting for? Get A Quote Now! Mail Us: [email protected] Contact Us: +919130010350