Co-Founder of Lumi Tells All in this One-on-One Interview

In this tell all interview, Lumi co-founder, Jesse Genet, shares how an idea that began with t-shirt designs grew into a full-blown creative design company.

But before we get to the interview, it’s important you watch the 2 minute video below to see how the t-shirt design process works, so you’ll have a better understanding of what Jesse is talking about during the interview.

Here’s just a preview of some of the topics Jesse will share with our members during the interview:

  • how they raised 6-figures from complete strangers to fund their project
  • marketing strategies they used to get exposure for their company
  • exciting tips to get other successful t-shirt brands to open up and share their advice and ideas and sooo much more…

Click the ‘Orange’ play button below to hear the interview…


 

To learn more about Lumi and to get access to their supplies, visit their website at Lumi.com

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15 comments
Jackie says

Great interview Cartess thanks for sharing it.

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Khadejha says

Thank you for this. She’s an inspiration. I also want to thank you for Cartess for all your valuable information. You have really helped me see my dream more clearer! Thanks

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    Cartess Ross says

    I am glad we could help Khadejha. Where are you from? Feel free to post questions if u need help with something!

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      Khadejha says

      I’m from New York. I just received your package in the mail of the T-shirt wholesale stock list, and I got the best logo from Fiverr. Thanks again, and I’ll keep you updated on my progress!

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miguel garcia says

Hi, Mr. Cartess Ross, thank you for the Lumis video it is very intrestead, I will keep that in mine for the future, because I am ready to star the T-shirts business. I got my transfer paper, t-shirts and the heat press machine. I tried a few t-shirts but didn’t come out good because they don’t stick on the shirt and the get stock on the paper, can you tell me why does it, please, Thank you very much and GOD BESS YOU!!!!!!!

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    Cartess Ross says

    hi Miguel,

    I’m glad the interview was helpful…

    There could be a few reasons why you’re having issues with the designs..

    Are you using transfer paper from the store? Or are these plastisol transfers?

    Also, make sure you’re following the heating directions for the transfers and make sure your press was on long enough to heat up to the desired temperature.

    Also, make sure there is enough pressure being applied to the t-shirt/transfer… if necessary, adjust/increase the pressure.

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      wendell noel says

      hi cartess!

      I still did not receive my order. how come it is delivered to Braselton, GA 30517 on oct. 21, 2013 instead i am here in abu dhabi. Item no. is LN800192090US from USPS. If you cannot deliver just refund me back money.

      wendell

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Evette says

Thank you for this interview.

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      Srikanth says

      i dear,

      I liked your viedo, can i get the details of the machine, where can i get it …, i would like to start t-shirt bussiness., let me know at basutkarsrikanth@gmail.com

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        Kimberly Ross says

        Hi Srikanth,

        We only ship within the US.
        Here’s information about the heat press machines we have available and what we highly recommend. There’s pricing information as well as information about the machines.

        We also recommend that you purchase a machine that’s at least 16×20. Anything smaller than the 16×20 you’ll have issues printing on larger items.

        If the machine are outside of your budget try looking on Amazon, Ebay, or Craigslist.
        http://www.tshirtriches.com/heat-press-machine-101/

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Nell Haase says

What a great idea. I will check out those products since I don’t have my heat press yet. Great interview!

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