In this surprisingly candid interview, Ryan Moor from Ryonet and Allmade tells his wild story about creating, selling, and pivoting his business to sell face masks.
Should screen printers sell face masks right now? Ryan answers this question (and many more).
Ryonet and Allmade pivoted quickly to designing, selling, and distributing Allmade’s unique Allmask during the early days of the coronavirus crisis.
“The production facility in Los Angeles was a madhouse,” Ryan told us. “The economics of making a profit selling a high-quality mask are difficult. It’s less fabric than a t-shirt, but the small hand movements involved make it labor-intensive.”
Ryan has the inside scoop on what’s going to happen next with the brand new face mask industry. From air freight, to which big players are entering the market, to a rumor the government wanted 500M face masks – Ryan has some fascinating stories and truly astonishing takeaways from an absolutely unforgettable two months.
This is a can’t miss episode of Printavo’s PrintHustlers podcast.
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And don't forget to take a look at Ryan's Instagram account. He posts truly amazing vlogs about his entrepreneurial journey!
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