When it comes to outsourcing manufacturing, it is not only a matter of convenience for small and mid-size companies; it is a pre-requisite for survival. This is because few companies have the ability to invest smart money in equipment, personnel, and process technology. Unable to compete in a market of shrinking product lifecycles, eroding margins and routine upgrades, what could be the solution?
Well, ThreadTech might just be the answer. They are a premier fashion resource hub looking to eliminate production errors and out-sourcing contractors by infusing modern fashion technology with clothing development and apparel production.
Fashion Tech Hub for Contemporary Designers
ThreadTech’s main objective is to guide fashion designers through all vital stages from concept to development. They are achieving this by offering distinct services such as fashion incubator, rental sewing studio, product development and production. Donielle Martorano McKeever, Founding Partner at ThreadTech and Regional Director of Fashion Group International of Boston explains, “We incorporate beneficial fashion technology hardware, software, and machinery to create a more precise garment with more accurate production lead times.” She continues, “Our services assist clients through the stages of developing high-quality garments eliminating the need for third-party contractors that slow down production and cause additional costs and issues.”
“As leaders in fashion production, we are committed to offering the highest-level technology.”
Theresa Bishoff, Founding Partner at ThreadTech adds, “Our focus is to bring production back to the states by focusing on niche markets and offering a sustainable way to develop, produce and distribute in fashion hubs all over the nation. As leaders in fashion production, we are committed to offering the highest-level technology and expertise available, providing our clients with the best service possible and tailored to meet individual needs.”
With plans to open a Fashion Incubator in January 2018, ThreadTech will be ready to take product development and production clients by spring 2018. By 2024 they will hope to have nine additional facilities in major cities including New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas and Atlanta while utilizing local distribution.