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How to Run Your Rental Company Cost Effectively

How to Run Your Rental Company Cost Effectively

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

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How to Win Back an Angry Event Customer

How to Win Back an Angry Event Customer

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

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How to Maximize Event Experience Within Clients' Budgets

How to Maximize Event Experience Within Clients' Budgets

Everyone has some constraint, whether big or small, for their event and event professionals must work within those limitations. You will want to show your client the best experience their money can buy. Your job is to plan parties as best as you can within a set of given resources and it might require some

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Exceptional Customer Service for Your Event Clients

Exceptional Customer Service for Your Event Clients

As the market becomes increasingly saturated, it’s critical to set your company apart from the competition — and top-tier customer service is one of the best ways to do so. The special events industry is service-driven and, in that, personalized customer service is truly what keeps a client coming back for more.

Events are a

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4 Keys to a Legally Sound Event Business

4 Keys to a Legally Sound Event Business

Event businesses suffer when they do not proactively handle their legal matters. A common misconception is that businesses only need to worry about the “legal stuff” or hire an attorney after they get in legal trouble. While that may be the case for non-business matters, this is generally a bad idea when you are a

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