The COVID-19 pandemic hit the event rental industry with more punch than it hit others. Like dominoes, big events and gatherings were cancelled or postponed, and smaller ones soon followed suit. However, regardless of the source of the crisis or issue, uncertainty will always be a variable in our lives, our businesses, and the economy.
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
2020 is on the horizon. Make sure that your event company is prepared by catching up on all the latest trends in the event industry including personalization, sustainability, augmented reality, mindfulness, and automation.
Clients have been wanting more say in their events for quite some time, and we’re continuing to see that trend
I’ve been lucky enough to score an internship at one of the coolest software companies in the events industry right now: Goodshuffle Pro. As the digital marketing intern, I’ve had a firsthand look at how a tech company fits into the industry (and why it’s so crucial). Recently, I got to go