Startup Profile: Weartalks — customise and order t-shirts online

by | Oct 18, 2017

Weartalks is an online DIY platform that allows users to seamlessly customise and order for the t-shirts they want. According to the founding team, the website gives individuals the opportunity to express their personality.

How Weartalks works

All users need to do is design t-shirts (long or short sleeved) to their taste and place the order. The entire process could be completed within 10 minutes the founder says. Similarly, ready made designs and plain tees are also available for purchase.

The startup launched on August 8, 2017 with a 3-man team: David Nkwa (CEO), Esther David Nkwa (Finance Manager), and Precious Robert (Designer). “We are already getting buzz about this new business with over 2000 fans on Facebook,” David remarks.

If you wish to make some creative tee designs, proceed to the website.


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