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In This Week’s Creators 1-on-1 Session, we talk about how high quality artwork is an investment in your brand, and three tips to producing the highest quality DTG prints!
During this session we’re joined by Ness, owner of The Retro Kings. Ness has been designing for over 20 years and has been crushing it! Listen in on this two-part series where OmniPrint’s CEO, Victor Pena, and Ness, discuss why you need to be 100% committed to your vision even when things don’t go the way you expect. The importance of staying organized in what your plan of attack is and how you launch your products; why good quality artwork is important in building your brand out and much more!
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OmniPrint International Team
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