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Sharing Our Experience

14th March 2008

Sharing Our Experience

I’ve said this before, but I think it bears repeating.  One of the reasons we know EnMart offers the best products in the industry is because we use those products ourselves.  The people who selected all the products we sell have other 30 years of garment decoration and machine embroidery experience.  Our parent company, Ensign Emblem, has run millions of miles of thread, stitched closets full of garments, and created enough blank patches and screenprinted garments to fill a warehouse several times over.   We know what works and what doesn’t because we’ve had to face all the decisions and difficulties every other machine embroider has had to face.

 One of the things we knew we wanted to do early on was to establish an educational portion of the EnMart website.  Creating this blog was the first step in meeting that goal.  The EnMart Newsbites e-mails are another way to share what we know. We’re now planning to move further into the education phase of our plans by devoting an entire portion of our website to helping our customers learn about machine embroidery, running a business and whatever else we think is relevant.

It goes without saying that any company that has successfully stayed in business for over 30 years has to be doing something right.  The education portion of our site will allow us to share what we’ve learned, both the positive and the negative with all of you.   Our hope is that sharing our knowledge and expertise will help our customers to become more successful, as well as providing a value added service that can’t be obtained from every supplier.

The question remaining before us is what do you, the people for whom this portion of the site is being developed, want or need to know.  Obviously, we have a variety of ideas about what the content could be, and we intend that it will be a mixture of written content and videos.  Still, it would be helpful to know what all of you would find helpful or educational or interesting.  If you have any suggestions for what should be included in the educational section of our site, please leave a comment here or contact us with your suggestion.  

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  1. 1 On March 22nd, 2008, Jennifer said:

    One thing that would have helped me in my early education in the embroidery field is to have had a good understanding of the variety of paperwork forms that I needed to run a sucessful business. Initally I wasted a lot of time trying to develop paperwork for invoicing, job information, profit tracking, customer approval,ordering, taxes and other forms. A collection of generic forms that could be customized would have given me something to work from so I could have spent more time doing embroidery then formating paperwork.

  2. 2 On March 26th, 2008, kristine said:

    Jennifer,

    I think that is a great idea. If you read today’s (3/26/08) post, you’ll see we’ve instituted Business Tips Wednesday, where we’ll be discussing things like you suggested. I’ll also look into adding those generic types of forms when we get the education portion of the EnMart site up and running.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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