Grace introduces her company Fist Pound and the different types of products they offer, particularly custom-made pins. Grace explains that Fist Pound is a company that produces a variety of pins, including Chinese coins and lapel pins, and they specialize in creating new designs based on images that customers send them. They also offer the option for customers to send their logos and ideas, which Fist Pound will then turn into artwork for the pins. The company accepts AI, PDF, and other file formats.
Grace also showcases some of the products that they have created for their customers. They discuss the quality of the pins and mention that they have passed Disney and Universal licenses. When asked about the price and minimum order quantity, Grace explains that the price of the pins varies depending on the design, and the minimum order quantity can be as low as 50 pieces.
The conversation also covers some of the more expensive products that Fist Pound produces, such as two-tone plating collector coins. Grace mentions that these products are real gold and, therefore, more expensive. The conversation then moves on to discuss the capacity of the factory, which can produce up to 30 million sports peripheral products per year.
Throughout the video, Grace showcases the different types of pins that they offer, including a NASA keyring and a bottle opener. They also briefly discuss the different customers they have worked with, including those in Japan, the US, and Europe.
Overall, the video provides an interesting insight into the production of custom-made pins and the processes involved. Grace’s enthusiasm for the products is evident, and her conversation with Nicolas is informative and engaging. The video may be of particular interest to those who are considering creating their own custom pins or who are curious about the manufacturing process.
filmed at Hong Kong Sourcing Fair Mobile Electronics GlobalSources Spring 2023 in Hong Kong