Steady sales pace provides strong foundation for innovative future
Spreadshirt, ecommerce platform for spreading ideas on something tangible, continues to grow and establish a strong base on their journey to become a billion dollar global business that colors the world with meaning. Global revenue in 2015 was $105M as compared to $95M in 2014 with a growth rate of nearly 11% as adjusted for currency. North America is the most active region, closely followed by DACH (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), and the rest of EU.
Spreadshirt shipped to 180 countries with 24 new ones making the list this year, worked with over 70,000 partners, had over 64M annual visits to platform, averaging over 5M monthly visits for a grand total of over 3.6M items from nearly 2M orders in 2015.
“The ongoing investments in our platform these past several years have really added traction for sustained and steady sales and revenue growth,” notes Philip Rooke, CEO of Spreadshirt, “We are seeing strong evidence of interest from new customers, partners, and markets around the world. However, we never want to lose sight of what has made us great—a strong focus on the needs of our buying and selling community, great products, and a great platform. In 2016, the focus will be on rewarding our active partners and encouraging everyone to create and share their ideas. Spreadshirt will keep things simple and fun for everyone.”
Technology continues to power global sales with nearly 60% from desktops, 30% from mobile, and 11% from tablets.
Notable items from 2015:
- Most expensive T-shirt was ordered from Denmark at about $350
- Most expensive item ordered from USA was a grey blanket with numerous colorful prints at $335
Spreadshirt will continue to set the pace for ease of create your own, capturing great designs from the crowd, teams, groups, and community influencers so that everyone with a great idea can publish it on something tangible and spread it with Spreadshirt.