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Capitalize on These Upcoming Design Occasions

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The summer is winding down, but that doesn’t mean selling is! Rather, there are notable design occasions that are rapidly approaching. Familiarize yourself with these dates, come up with applicable designs, and watch as the sales roll in!

Seasonal Occasions

There are a number of holidays and occasions coming up over the next few months, providing you with an opportunity to sell. These dates include:

Occasion Date Keyword
First day of school August enrollment
International Cat Day August 8th CatDay
International Dog Day August 26th DogDay
National Day of Service and Remembrance September 11 911Day
First day of fall September 23rd Fall2018
Oktoberfest October Oktoberfest
World Animal Day October 4th AnimalDay
World Teachers Day October 5th TeachersDay

Some important notes to remember for some of these occasions:

First day of school

  • Ranges anywhere from August to September
  • Gift options include water bottles, drawstring bags, and posters

International Cat/Dog Day/ World Animal Day

  • Gift options include dog bandanas


  • Popular around the world, including the US
  • Often celebrated by consuming lots of german food like bratwurst and beer

All-Year Occasions

Of course, while the design occasions are certainly important, there are still several events that you can capitalize on year-round. These include


  • Product ideas: Mugs, pillow cases, Posters


  • Product ideas: mugs, matching shirts


  • Product ideas: Matching shirts, mugs


  • Product ideas: Teddy bears, baby bodysuits, baby cap

Baby Shower

  • Product ideas: Baby shirts, baby bodysuits, bibs, teddy bears, baby cap

With a list of holidays, events, and occasions coming up between now and October, there are plenty of opportunities for you to make some dough!

Have any other suggestions for design occasions? Let us know in the comments!

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