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Your Tent Rental Company’s 6 Week Plan to Gear Up for 2020

Your Tent Rental Company’s 6 Week Plan to Gear Up for 2020

Do you want your tent rental company to make more money in 2020? Do you have a plan ready to increase revenue and decrease your stress? It's time for some serious rental business resolutions and here's your plan to do just that.

Week 1

Consider Off-Season Money Makers

Depending on where you live, tent rentals

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Tent Companies Make More Money by Doing These 4 Things

Tent Companies Make More Money by Doing These 4 Things

Are you wondering, “How can my tent rental business make more money?” If the answer is yes, we have tips on 4 things you should be doing. By following this guide, you will please your clients with grade-A customer service and increase profit.

Market, Market, Market

Build your brand and put your company on blast!

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What Tent Rental Companies NEED to Know: How to Hire and Retain a Stellar Part-Time Staff

What Tent Rental Companies NEED to Know: How to Hire and Retain a Stellar Part-Time Staff

Tent rental companies have big challenges in hiring and retaining staff given the seasonal nature of the business and the tent expertise needed to erect these complex structures. Here are our best tips to hire and retain a stellar part-time staff that fits your needs and brings in the most profit for your tent business.

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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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