5 Names Sticker Business Success Stories [2023]

Updated: July 24th, 2023
Start A Names Sticker Business

Here are some real life success stories of starting a names sticker business:

1. Sticker it ($2.04M/year)

David Rubie-Todd (from Bristol, UK) started Sticker it about 16 years ago.

$170K / month
2 founders / 16 employees

Case Study

Hi, I’m David Rubie-Todd, a co-founder of Sticker it. We print custom stickers for some of the smallest and largest brands all over the world.

Our customers fit into 3 groups; creative individuals, designers, and marketers. Each of these customers buys stickers or labels for a different reason so we’ve learned to tweak the user experience depending on who they are.


2. StickerJunkie ($1M/year)

$83.3K / month
1 founders / 10 employees

Case Study
  • Andrea Lake is the founder of StickerJunkie.com
  • Sticker Junkie lets you design your own stickers and you can get it printed on a number of materials and in various sizes.
  • Andrea currently makes more $1M/year selling stickers online


Read the full story on mixergy.com.

Learn more about starting a names sticker business:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start a names sticker business?
-> Pros and cons of a names sticker business

Need inspiration?

-> Examples of established names sticker business
-> Marketing ideas for a names sticker business

Other resources

-> Names sticker business tips

5. Bonobos ($150M/year)

From the outside, it seemed like Andy Dunn was living the dream. His menswear company, Bonobos, was acquired by Walmart for $310 million in 2017 — the same year he married the love of his life, Manuela. Of course, Andy’s entrepreneurial journey wasn’t without its challenges. Under the surface were m…

Brian Spaly and Andy Dunn (from NYC, NY, USA) started Bonobos over 16 years ago.

$12.5M / month
2 founders / 503 employees

Case Study
  • Brian Spaly and Andy Dunn are co-founders of Bonobos, a well-known men’s clothing brand.
  • Bonobos offers unique styles, designs, cuts, and color palettes to make their customers enthusiastically express their personalities.
  • What started as Spaly's MBA project quickly evolved into a personal quest to create the perfect pair of men's pants that did away with all the typical trappings of boring menswear.
  • Dunn invested his 401k money to launch the website and secure a round of angel funding from venture capitalists and Stanford professors because he strongly believed in Spaly's business idea.
  • In the summer of 2017, Walmart acquired Bonobos for $310 million.


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