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How to Deal with Rental Inventory Damages

How to Deal with Rental Inventory Damages

Everyone romanticizes about the fun aspects of running an event rental business, but have you thought about one of the hardest parts: dealing with damaged inventory? These suggestions help lessen the sting when your business experiences this setback.

Hope for the Best and Prepare for the Worst

Damage is inevitable in event rental companies, even

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Managing Your Event Rental Inventory Like A Pro

Managing Your Event Rental Inventory Like A Pro

Photo by Sarah Mack

Party rental companies know their inventory is one of the most important components to their success. It influences a client’s calculus in hiring and entrusting you with their account and event. Caring for and managing your inventory is a skill set worthy of investment. Take pride in this.

While there

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Party Rental Inventory Trends

Party Rental Inventory Trends

Photo by Joanne Leung Photography

Hate 'em or love 'em, trends are a big part of this industry. Your collection will distinguish you from the competition. Learn about how to stay on top of trends in order to acquire and keep the best pieces, and figure out what to toss when it is not working

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From Event Hobbyist to Rental Pro

From Event Hobbyist to Rental Pro

Photo by Jess Lauren Photography

Have you thought about starting an event rental or vintage rental company? Before taking that leap, there are considerations to heed. No matter how creative or talented you may be, it is a business that involves risk, liability, lots of overhead, logistics, late nights and weekends, heavy lifting, and can

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Storing & Cleaning Your Vintage Rentals

Storing & Cleaning Your Vintage Rentals

Starting a vintage decor rental business is an exciting time; you make the decision to begin, choose a name, design a logo, and begin gathering inventory. You see so many beautiful designs on social media, and can’t wait to get to that point! You start to build a collection and soon notice a problem:

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