Online merchandising startup Dizzyjam says that more than 1,000 artists have now signed up to use its service. The UK-based firm offers ‘print-on-demand web-based merchandise’, allowing bands to design merch to be sold online, with individual items only made when a fan orders them. “DizzyJam gives any band the opportunity to sell high quality merchandise to their fans anywhere in the world without any investment,” explains MD Neil Cocker. “When one of their fans orders a t-shirt, it is printed to order, despatched directly to the fan, and the band earns 25% of the retail price.” Dizzyjam recently mucked in on the campaign to preserve London venue the 100 Club, selling hundreds of t-shirts to supporters.

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