Creating Living Wage Jobs with Allmade Apparel

Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. On this week’s show, our friend Ryan Moor, founder and CEO of Ryonet. Ryan will be talking with us about his new project, Allmade Apparel, and how this venture will create living wage jobs in the U.S. and Haiti, and supporting orphan care and prevention.

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  • Amazon, Kornit Reach Stock Deal – Amazon has reached a multifaceted agreement with Kornit Digital to acquire nearly three million of the company’s common shares in addition to purchasing what was quoted in a press release as a “large number” of textile printers. Through the agreement, Kornit will deliver its Avalanche 1000 printer as Amazon seeks to expand its production capacity for the Merch program, designed to help its content creator members to produce T-shirts.

Allmade Apparel

Creating Living Wage Jobs with Allmade Apparel

Our guest today is Ryan Moor, founder and CEO of Ryonet, in Vancouver, Washington

  • Tell us about the project you are working on to launch a new line of apparel.
  • Where did the idea come from?
  • Who has been involved with you in the initial organization?
    • 10 founding partner screen printers
    • Ryonet staff / Other consultants or experts
  • How were the founding partner printers chosen, and how are they participating in the project?
  • What styles are being initially produced, and how were these chosen?
    • Expert consultants involved, expertise of GOTEX members, etc.
  • How many garments are being produced in the first production run?
  • How will they be available? And how can screen printers and garment decorators get involved?
  • A barrier to the success of socially responsible and environmentally friendly apparel in the past has been the unavoidable higher price tag. How will the cost of Allmade apparel compare to conventional T-shirts? And how will you overcome price resistance?
  • In a best case scenario, what is your vision on where this initial project might lead?
  • Where can our listeners find you and find out more about this program?

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