Justin Suazo recently entered the Maker Movement community with his digital fabric printing company. Software Studios is based in Brooklyn and prides itself in working closely with artists and designers to choose the right media and ink for their projects. Justin shared with us his excitement as more makers are becoming entrepreneurs, starting with small batch manufacturing to launch their product line. But brands aren’t the only ones benefiting from greater access to technology and information, factories are developing customizable services for brands. Factories are offering consulting and lowering minimums in order to help newer brands.
Manufacturer in the Maker Movement
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