Transcript: so you want to make t-shirts??? need to know me need your moms permission know who you are selling to... need to have a common theme Things you need... Important Details start with a small group of friends A loan Results your customers your friends your family will make you rich!!! THE END!!! (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr T-shirts!!! you (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr design and look ok lets do this... and any other sites... A heat press to make the shirts facebook youtube Notes (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr brainstorm!!! socal exposer! (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr A webiste!
Transcript: T-Shirt By: Alyssa Mora The Problem The Opportunity The problem with the T-shirts is the fact that cotton can take a lot from people. Another thing that cotton does is the fact that kids are working to make T-shirts and that is causing child labor. The Problem 1st Problem The problem with the T-shirts is the fact that cotton can take a lot from people. What I mean by that is some people in the world have limited supplies. For Example: -Cotton uses a lot of water -Chemicals used to harvest cotton cause cancer -Cotton is ruining the environment -Organic cotton is better for the environment This is what I mean that people choose to do these things in order to get money. In some countries people have limited water and instead for using it to be clean and use for good health they choose to make money. Also people know that it is good to use Organic cotton , but instead they choose to use regular cotten which people kow it hurts the enviorment. The problem 2nd Problem Another thing that cotton does is the fact that kids are working to make T-shirts and that is causing child labor. When you think children what pops into your head ? What pops into my head is safe, caring, and healthy. Well that is not what happened in the 1800's or maybe even before then.Well they had children work and work with no childhood that is called child labor. Child labor started when people had to survive and they send children to work. This is very bad for children and due to cotton they are having to spend more days and hours working and working so because of this some kids are getting less time with family witch is not good. The Solution The Solution 1 of the solution is instead of using products things that are limited in some countries then use other things that are not limited. For example: -Water -Food -Clothes -Land Are all things that are limited. Also -The power to write -Read are not limited so instead of making shirts they could be teaching other kids to read and write. Another Solution Market Size Another solution is to have children going to school. What I mean by that is if you don't want your child to suffer and work all of he/she lives then send them to school and if there is no school where you live then have then read a book or if not let them do what makes them happy. Just don't let them work have the parents do that. Where at? Where is the problem? These problems are happening at China, India, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, and Brazil. This is very bad its like saying you only get 1 water bottle a day. If you choose to spend it on clothes to make you are wasting it instead you could have been drinking it so you won't be thirsty. Another reason why this is bad is because not everything will be good at times and at those times you wish you had water, but you don't have it because you wasted it on making something not as important/ valuable. As Buyers . . . As buyers . . . As buyers we don't really know what are clothes are being made out of and sometimes we don't really enjoy it sometimes maybe even through it away. Which is wrong if you ask me it is like saying you spent 24 hours to make something and just throw it away. You wouldn't like that would you. Well anyways as buyers if we buy this item and then realize we don't like it or even want it we can reuse it. It might sound terrible, but its not.We can add our own spark to it and customize it instead of making someone do so much work then throwing it away.
Transcript: BEATZ BY TAY TAY the t-shirt that i am doing is a hip hop t-shirt. it is going to be the best t-shirt in the world! HOW i am going to design my t-shirt is texta,g gpen. MY T I AM SELLING THIS T-SHIRT FOR 10 $$$$ BEATZ BY TAY TAY BEATZ BY TAY TAY
Transcript: Popular clothes! The name is T-shirt! NEW CREATIVE DESIGNS~ Handy T-shirts good inventions Creative designs
Transcript: T-SHIRT PITCHES Reef Rescue Reef Rescue My first idea for a t-shirt line is an awareness line for coral reefs and the rapid rate of decay they are in. These shirts would be sourced from 100% recycled plastics only. In addition 25% of profits would be donated to help reefs. NICHE Niche My Target niche are environmentalists. I plan on targeting this niche by providing environmentally friendly and awareness raising clothing that give back to the environment. DESIGN Design Front Back Market Research MARKET SOUNDFREAKS SoundFreaks A line of T-shirts for the music junkies. With clever, clean designs, these shirts are designed to look cool and sleek while still displaying your passion. NICHE NICHE The niche I am targeting is the music streaming niche. It is targeted by streaming providers and sound equipment companies but not many clothing brands which is why I chose it. DESIGNS DESIGN MARKET MARKET As of 2018 there were 225 million paid users on Spotify alone. In 2017 there were 368 million headphones and headsets sold worldwide. Design 1- https://preview.freelogodesign.org/lang=EN&name=&logo=aa2d780f-b87d-49cd-8a4d-093745bdbc46 Marketing 1- https://www.statista.com/statistics/995330/us-consumers-willingness-to-pay-more-for-environmentally-friendly-produced-clothes-by-age/ Marketing 1.5- https://www.statista.com/statistics/799154/us-adults-who-consider-themselves-as-environmental-activists/ Design 2- https://pixabay.com/vectors/headphones-music-earphones-player-312746/ Design 2.5- https://pixabay.com/vectors/headphone-music-gray-songs-1990516/ Marketing 2- https://www.statista.com/topics/2075/spotify/ Marketing 2.5- https://www.statista.com/statistics/327000/worldwide-sales-headphones-headsets/ Sources Sources
Transcript: Jeans Jumper Dress Skirt Shoes Socks small t-shirt big t-shirt pink flat shoes black jeans pink jeans big jumper short socks long socks small socks white flat shoes accessories Bracelets necklace scarf bag blue high shoes T-shirt purple high shoes short white dress long white dress short jumper multi coloured jeans long jumper short skirt long skirt long t-shirt short t-shirt
Transcript: The Word T-shirt It’s hard to think of life without the t-shirt, but “t-shirt” didn’t become a word in the English dictionary until the 1920’s. American troops wore wool uniforms during hot summer days in Europe. European soldiers wearing light cotton undershirts. In the 1950s shirts were till consider underwear. T-shirts have only become more popular in the United States and are a staple in the American wardrobe. THE END (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr doodles notes Budapest San Francisco Results Later, on t-shirts got better and where able to write on. Notes Stockholm one Our Project (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Double click to crop it if necessary You were even able to print images or words on it. three two Research outlook photo frame Place your own picture behind this frame! (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr details Assets map Important Details
Transcript: Courtesy of Google Images Land Breaking Enhanced amount of usable cotton per harvest Limited waste Key Innovations + Overall research and scientific progress. Increased crop yields Increased workforce Decreased bottlenecking Sarah Boring Tania Dowdy Michael Griffin Scott Levine Alma Manga Government impact on the Value Chain U.S. sourcing from global markets Environmental Impact Decreased competition Increased crop yields + Key Innovations Pesticides Planting & Cultivation The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy - Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Key Innovations + Rivoli, P. (2009) The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy. (2nd ed.). New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Key Innovations - - - Chapters 3 & 4 Cotton Labor Cycle Decreased labor need High cost of equipment created barriers to entry Consolidated the industry Cotton Labor Cycle Weeds and insects developed immunity Environmental impact Cost of seeds Decreased competition Evolution of tractor technology West Texas vs. Deep South Weather Control Monsanto's GM Seed Influx of Braceros Mechanical Harvester Module builder Farmers equity holdings increased vertically throughout the value chain Assumed risk Created marketplaces for cotton sale USDA research and technical support Weeding Harvest Eliminated competition globally Eliminated local competition - farmers had to be literate Taxpayer $ +
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