Black Night Solutions Signs on

March 14, 2005 - (HOSTSEARCH.COM) - Web Host Blacknight Solutions, based in Ireland, announced today that they have signed Europe’s biggest online merchandising site and helped them to launch from Cork, Ireland. The new website gives Internet users with a flair for design the opportunity to start their own fashion house from their desktop. The easy to use system handles production, billing and delivery for the online shops, removing the cost and hassle factor for entrepreneurs. allows designers to market a range of clothing from dresses, underwear and jackets to t-shirts, sweatshirts, and caps. Budding John Rochas can visit the site to add their own designs or catchy slogans to over 50 products. Spreadshirt then creates an online store where the designer can set the prices for their new collection and add the new store to their own website.

To launch its Irish operation, which will be based in Douglas, Cork City, Spreadshirt has announced a partnership with leading Irish hosting provider Blacknight Solutions, which will offer the merchandising service to its customers. Marketing Manager Larry Ryan is excited about the link-up.

"We are delighted to be able to work with Blacknight, which has such a strong client base in Ireland and - like Spreadshirt – is one of the fastest growing Internet companies around. The company is renowned for its customer focus and we are certainly looking forward to bringing our service to Blacknight clients."

Blacknight CEO Michele Neylon believes Irish web users will embrace the Spreadshirt model. "There are so many creative people on the Net who will jump at the chance to design their own clothing. Spreadshirt's model is ideal as designers don't have any setup costs or have to carry stock or handle shipping.

"The addition of the service is part of our continued commitment to bring innovative and affordable Internet solutions to the Irish business community."

Spreadshirt will also work with Blacknight in the European market where the Carlow firm recently opened a new Amsterdam network. Spreadshirt is now available in eight different languages across Europe

The Spreadshirt model has taken Europe by storm over the last three years, with over 60,000 designers and website owners creating their own clothing lines. Websites run by companies, rock bands, clubs, football fans, schools and colleges have grabbed the opportunity to sell brand-name merchandise without taking on startup costs or distribution hassles.

T-shirts featuring iconic designs are particularly popular although the more
daring have created their own saucy lines of thongs and boxer shorts.

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