Now that you have a growing and well-rounded collection of rentals, you may need to come up with more ideas on how to custom-create your vintage rentals inventory. Customization is incremental in building a flawless client experience-- but where to start? Below are some helpful tips on how to make your vintage rentals business stand
Now that you have some understanding of the service basics your rental company offers, let’s delve deeper and unpack additional options you can add. Services grow your business since they often require less overhead, so it’s important for your event company to market all the services you offer and price them accordingly.
Those in the unique business of vintage and specialty rentals may know which rental pieces to select, but what about the services that go along with them? Learn how to make money and expand your business beyond inventory with the important service component that accompanies your party rental business.
Delivery, Pickup, and Difficulty
One thing is true about owning a party rental company: it is (beyond) expensive! Event rental companies can all agree that we have legitimate costs associated with this enterprise. In order to stay in business and thrive, your party rental company will have to cut costs and raise prices--something that causes cringes.
Monitoring and Budgeting
All party rental businesses will experience the wrath of an angry customer which, at least sometimes, is justified on their end. Obviously you should have ample procedures (and technology!) in place to avoid these situations, but you should also have standard practices for damage control when something goes wrong. Winning someone back is particularly challenging