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Why Chiavari Chairs are Event Industry Kings

Why Chiavari Chairs are Event Industry Kings

They're everywhere, and for good reason. Chiavari chairs— with their elegant structure, lightweight design, and event flexibility—have been industry kings for years. That would be hundreds of years, in fact! Here's a little history on their design—and why we keep coming back to the event rental industry.

A Little History

Chiavari chairs are

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How to Avoid and Handle Problem Rental Customers

How to Avoid and Handle Problem Rental Customers

Don’t get burned again! Crazy event rental clients: We’ve all had them. But the question is, do you keep running into them? Use these tips and tricks to first avoid the potentially difficult, but also then navigate the course of action when you're stuck with problematic clients.

Event Rental Companies' Most Difficult Potential

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Rental Customer Discounts: Who Gets Them and When?

Rental Customer Discounts: Who Gets Them and When?

Your event rental business must focus on margins to stay on top, pay your staff and bills, expand, and much more. However, learn to apply some flexibility to the right clients. Do not discount your products or services too much where value becomes diluted: growth stagnates and your event rental business suffers. Be strategic when

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Event Rental Pricing Guidelines

Event Rental Pricing Guidelines

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Pricing is one of the toughest components for any entrepreneur in the party rental business. Are we charging enough for each rental item? How do you charge for delivery, set-up, removal, late fees and, most importantly, our time? Many of us are not making enough return because our calculations

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Managing Your Rental Business PLUS Another Business

Managing Your Rental Business PLUS Another Business

Many rental company owners are managing two businesses at once. For some folks it's because they have a more "full-time" business they were doing before entering the rental industry. For others it's that they began with one company and that company gradually evolved into two distinct offerings. For example, in the event industry, it’s

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