Print Price Plunge

Inspired by the revamping of our t-shirt section, James (expert in Economics, Spanish football and Eastern European city breaks) took a long hard look at our screen printing price breaks. He has added higher volume breaks and reduced the number of price bands at the lower level. More exciting though is that prices have been […]

Cheaper, Better T-Shirts

T-shirt printing is the biggest, if not the most important part of the promotional clothing industry, and when I hear people describing Indigo to their friends, I often hear us being to referred to as t-shirt printers. Not only that, every time we list in a web or printed directory we often have to classify […]

Blitz Mentality

The London terrorist attack of July 7th has resulted in a nervous anxiety cloacking the City and our business is now conducted to the soundtrack of sirens and the backdrop of hi-visibility jackets. Quite a swing in mood from the euphoria of London being awarded the Olympics the day before to the shock that Dickie […]

Selection success

Despite an incredibly busy and at times pretty stressful morning the day has ended on a high. London winning the bid for the 2012 games is fantastic. We heard the announcement live over the BBC radio. Having a couple of rowing friends that compete at this level made it all the more personal an occasion. […]

London win Olympics 2012

London win the Olympics 2012. This is just great news – a proud day to be a Londoner, and a even better one for UK sport. Just watched the Red Arrows fly over the office – fantastic! Dickie just spoke to Steve Backley, the British Olympian and one of our latest clients, who was apparently celebrating […]

London Marketing Soiree

The London Marketing Soiree with Seth Godin is on 11th July 2005. I am going to be there with Hugh MacLeod, a client and friend. Indigo make and distribute his limited edition Gapingvoid t-shirt collection. I think it will be fun, and enlightening, so I highly recommend it – feel free to drop in and […]


Well: one keyboard, a number of finger-tip blisters and very nearly a psychotic episode later it looks like the explosion of activity we experienced here yesterday is coming to an end. I only arrived 3 weeks ago but i’ve been very much thrown in (or should that be drowned) at the deep end. There’s something […]

L’Ile de la Rèunion

Keeping up the French theme, we have a client that wants us to ship to L’Ile de la Rèunion (Reunion Island). History was more my forte than Geography, so a look at the CIA fact book reveals that the island is in fact in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar. It sounds like a fascinating […]

Hot and Busy Monday

What a mental day! Richard (aka Dickie) has been beavering away in the nook where his desk is, the phone plastered to his ear, fingers whirring over a smoking keyboard. May and June are apparently the busiest time for the promotional clothing industry and combined with the 30-degree temperature, and sub-standard air conditioning system on […]