New Clintonville apparel studio wants to help Columbus fashion startups thrive

A new Columbus business aims to serve retail startups.

Denise Falter-Conklin is opening Columbus Apparel Studio at 757 Garden Road in Clintonville. She wants the company to be a “one-stop shop” for the development and production of apparel.

The shop will provide a small-batch production site for testing and production of new products for market studies, short-term ramp-up runs to reduce time to market, and on-demand services to help concepts be developed more quickly.

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Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.

Article by Tristan Navera.

Published Aug 14, 2019.

1 Comment on New Clintonville apparel studio wants to help Columbus fashion startups thrive

  1. I would sincerely express my thanks to the writer for bringing something to the online world which is completely new.

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