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Organizing Your Event Rental Business

Organizing Your Event Rental Business

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Few businesses have more moving parts than event rental suppliers. Between managing your inventory, supervising and training staff, interacting with clients and maintaining relationships with your vendor colleagues, the struggle to stay on top of all the details can be overwhelming.

Managing a competitive, reputable rental business requires fierce organization.

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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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2019 Resolutions All Event Rental Companies Should Make

2019 Resolutions All Event Rental Companies Should Make

2018 is winding down to a close (where did it go?!) Let's get ready to create and execute your 2019 resolutions! One way to start is think of how you could have improved your 2018 year. Another way is think of your aspirations -- how far you want to reach? Do you picture your event

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Client Experience vs. Customer Service: Which is More Important

Client Experience vs. Customer Service: Which is More Important

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You’ve heard a lot about the importance of a good client experience. It’s a buzzword that’s been taking the industry by storm. But what is it really and how does it differ from customer service? Let’s take a closer dive into both and answer the question of

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The Ins and Outs of Rentals for Destination Clients

The Ins and Outs of Rentals for Destination Clients

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Destination weddings consistently make up approximately 25% of the wedding market. With that in mind, it’s important for any rental company to be well versed on the basics of working with a destination client. Clients who are from out-of-town require an extra level of service and attention, as they

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