You may have noticed that the old model of having your software on your actual machine (either by downloading from a CD or having someone install on a server) is well on its way out. "Cloud-based" or "subscription" software is the wave of the future. But, like all change, some folks just aren't so sure
Your inventory is likely your party rental company’s main selling point, but you couldn’t do it without the supporting players. Ancillary items are one of the most under-appreciated elements of your event rental business. These can be anything from tools (hammers and ladders), to small helper items (zip ties and tape), to components
Bridal showcases and trade shows are an essential part of the event rental industry. But how do you make the most of your business investment? With a few simple tips, you’ll be a trade show professional in no time.
Before The Show
Find The Best Show For Your Business
Research different shows in your
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
A lot of event rental business owners pride themselves on their sales or negotiation tactics. However, tons of business owners put themselves in real danger when, after selling someone, they don't get the proper paperwork in place! There's a difference between a "quote" or "proposal" and an actual contract. It is absolutely essential to secure