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Prnt ™ Founder Sunny Patel Opens Up on the Inspiration Behind His Journey

Sunny Patel has been surrounded by art and fashion his entire life, His mum was an artist and his first presents as a young boy were blank sketchbooks and pencil crayons. His uncle founded Meesha Group – The market leading supplier throughout Europe for T-Shirt printing where Sunny spent years developing his skills and expanding his knowledge on printing.

By being surrounded by both fashion and art worlds, It was only providence that Sunny would follow in their footsteps and has been working on Prnt ™ A game changing app and retail plugin concept to give users the freedom to design and produce their own tshirts online.

His creative spirit was the driving force in this journey and 2 years ago he founded Prnt ™

PRNT is a tech startup with a fashion mentality.

A unique platform to market and sell an unlimited library of T-Shirts online. With his innovation on ‘Prnt on Demand’ machinery Prnt ensures the product is sustainable and environmentally friendly, whilst remaining on trnd.

In a recent interview with Sunny he states-

‘’With Prnt ™ We choose to integrate licensed merchandise, on trnd graphic product ranges and reactive merchandise to be fast, first and relevant in the market.

Freedom of expression and creativity are the principle drivers that inspire me and I wanted to ensure that we are continually innovating within the fashion market.

Prnt is unique because of a simple reason, it puts the freedom of expression and creativity in the hands of the customer. Something which has historically been out of their hands’’

The concept is simple. Zero stock – Infinite inventory.

Inspired by the likes of Nitin Passi, Ceo @ Missguided and his mentor Joe Simsolo, CEO Next Level Apparel, Sunny wanted to ensure that his next steps of the apparel industry are sustainable and disruptive in comparison to traditional retail fashion models.

According to Sunny,

“Creating a t-shirt t is an Art form. We see each unprinted T-shirt as a blank canvas, An opportunity to present creative freedom inside a ‘T’ shaped frame. We understand each aspect of this art form and consider all the details from the stitch to the packaging. It might appear to be a simple thing when you buy a tshirt but the truth is we spend hours selecting the right material And fit and this is all for the art of it. ”

In pursuit of this art, We have spent countless hours perfecting our craft to ensure we are ready for your next expression session,” shares the CEO.

Sunny also takes pride in the fact that the company has always picked an ethical route to deliver the best product.

“Designing smart and working with ethically sustainable products such as organic cotton, ensuring that we use 100% water-based inks, working with delivery partners where we are looking at carbonless electric vehicles are all part of the Prnt mindset, It is vital that our creative and commercial processes are sustainable for our planet. ”

Another interesting thing about the venture is the Prnt app! It is a mobile application that helps the customer to make their own version with just a click.

“We are quite proud of the app as it helps the customer to be connected with the process. We are not just providing a product, we are creating a relationship that allows us to be a part of a person’s journey of self-expression. Along with thousands of trnd led designs which are present and tools to create whole ranges from your phone, People can use the app to mark occasions like graduation, birthdays, weddings and so much more, and it ensures they do not have to compromise on what is available in the market and there is so much more we are working in’’ concludes Sunny.

You can visit their LinkedIn and Instagram @djchucktaylor and @prnt

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