The commercial embroidery services marketplace is worth an estimated $1 billion dollars in annual revenue. According to IBISWorld, there is an estimated 1.7% annual growth with more than a thousand businesses currently operating in the United States. With the greatest demand of services existing in the administrative and hospitality sectors, there is much opportunity for growth in embroidery services.

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Ensuring your future success requires growth in your customer base, hiring the right people, joining a trade organization, and adapting to the growing technologies made available in your industry. These good name ideas for an applique business will serve as the perfect inspiration for you to launch your new start-up today. These names are from existing applique businesses across the United States, to include embroidery businesses on sites like Etsy.

Alterations

Applique Ahoy

Cosmos Alteration

Denim Doctors

Elegant Mode Tailoring

Emb Design Nation

Embroidery Place

EmbroidMe

Embrostyle

First Class Tailors

Golden Finger

Happy Applique

High Society

Infinite Threads

Master At Threads

Patch Station

Pixie Stitch

Pro Tailor

Sew Lucky Embroidery

Sew Sweet Paradise

Stitch

Stitch It Boutique

Sugar Stitches Design

The Applique Patch

The Sassy Bee Applique

Thread Knight

Tiny Hand Designs

Transit Tees

Triple Alterations Cleaners

True Type

Your Patch Store

Here is one Business Spotlight on Little Stitches Embroidery. Located in North Carolina, this business has experience in embroidery, monogramming, and screen printing. This interview will give you some great ideas on the path to travel for growing your own small business in the future.

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The founder of iCraftopia and self proclaimed Craft Guru. I am an experienced crafter and professional internet marketer specializing in bringing relevant articles and related business information to the everyday hobbyist and craft entrepreneur. My primary focus is on mentoring crafters on techniques and strategies that increase their online presence and revenue. In my spare time, I teach craft classes bringing the joy of creativity to others.
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