Episode 71 – The Story of BelQuette and Thinking Like an Inventor

Episode 71 – The Story of BelQuette and Thinking Like an Inventor

Mar 29, 2018 | News

TAMPA, FLORIDA – 3/29/2018-  Custom Apparel Startups this week released Episode # 71 Covering the Story of BelQuette.


Building on the momentum from their recent announcement about joining forces with BelQuette, Mark and Marc go into depth about how BelQuette spearheaded the introduction of DTG to the US Markets.


The Custom Apparel Startups group broadcasts weekly whereby industry experts lay out helpful advice that business owners can use to grow their business.


Recorded & broadcast live on Youtube and Facebook; this episode offers helpful advice for business owners wanting to understand more about the history of DTG and the drive for innovation.


During this podcast, you’ll hear Brett Wiebel and Mark Momborquette, the founders of BelQuette DTG Printers tell their story.


Belquette DTG Printers have been a staple in the direct to garment printing industry from the very beginning of digital garment printing.


But this episode isn’t about digital direct to garment printing – it’s about small business success and the Inventor’s Mindset.


They’ve demonstrated this in the past by inventing the first printer with modular parts for better maintenance and repair.  They also developed the only TARGETED pretreatment system which saves tons of money on costs.


What’s Included in this Episode:

  • Showing how Belquette DTG Printers have been a staple in the direct to garment printing industry from the very beginning
  • How to build your business with an inventor’s mindset
  • Explore processes and examine products used to make custom tees while discussing better ways use that equipment
  • Listen to Mark B’s story about how that started
  • New products coming in the future and how they will continue to work with the biggest companies in the business on a variety of unique solutions


The Custom Apparel Startups broadcast is hosted by Marc Vila of Colman and Company and Mark Stephenson of ColDesi.


The podcast provides detailed advice on sales, marketing and advertising for the custom apparel marketplace, as well as unique insights into specific techniques that work best for these markets.


Custom apparel business owners can subscribe to the CAS podcast on their website at CustomApparelStartups.com and follow this episode #71 as well as each episode.


About ColDesi, Inc and Colman & Company

ColDesi provides a full line of custom apparel creation equipment while boasting a combined 62 years in business.  They have helped more than 22,000 clients begin their dreams of expanding or starting their own custom tee sales business.


Colman and Company, the supply arm of ColDesi, and equipment supplier is the world leading distributor of Triton brand HTV.  They carry the Digital Heat FX Custom T-Shirt Transfer Printers as well as Graphtec Vinyl Cutters and Hotronix Heat Presses.


To learn more about ColDesi, or Custom Apparel Startups, call 877-793-3278 or visit them on the web at https://coldesi.com/


Media Contact:

Thomas Rumbaugh


ColDesi, Inc.




SOURCE: ColDesi, Inc.

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