Teespring Recognized by CNBC

Teespring CEO Walker Williams appeared on CNBC Squawk Box to discuss the company's origins and current state. 

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SAN FRANCISCO-Apparel designer and social commerce platform Teespring garners media attention on CNBC. The company was recently named in the CNBC Disruptor 50, a list of rapidly growing, innovative businesses featuring 15 different categories including apparel, retail, financial, and technology brands.

Teespring CEO Walker Williams appeared on CNBC Squawk Box to discuss the company’s origins and current state. Williams also explained the Teespring business model, detailing the sourcing, design, and production process of T-shirts sold through the platform.

The Disruptor 50 distinction is the latest in a series of major developments for the company. In late April 2016, Teespring announced a collaboration with the Eventbrite platform. The integration enables users to design custom apparel for events like races, charity functions, and festivals.

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