Founded in July 2016, Inklar enables anyone design and customise wears such as t-shirts, sweatshirts and tank tops.
How Inklar works
Babajide and his team have been able to leverage technology to deliver the Inklar value proposition. Asides wears, products such as pens and ceramic cups can also be customised. Customers chose their preferred wears, then go ahead to customise. After customisation to preference, they check out their orders. The orders are then delivered to the customer’s doorstep within 5 working days.
Customised clothing is becoming increasingly popular. Organisations use it for branding while people use it to show their personality. Considering that Babajide and his team have steered the eCommerce course, there is no telling how convenience and flexibility can give them an edge. Brands, organisations, communities and social groups can definitely take advantage of this.
If you wish to patronise Inklar, head over to the website.
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