Blog articles matching the “More” category.

When and How to Change Prices in Your Event Rental Business

Before we dive into strategies for changing pricing in your event rental business, I want to make a note that your pricing strategy should ALWAYS allow for profitability. Far too often, event rental business owners price their products and services too low because they are eager to build their businesses or are desperate for people to book them. However, if you aren’t making money on every single rental, on every delivery, on every service you offer, you won’t be able to build a business... Read more

Caching Explained in Less Than Five Minutes

We often get asked about Items not showing up on websites immediately when they've been added to RW Elephant. We've created a fun little explanation about the magic happening behind the scenes so you can understand a bit more about what really happens between your mouse and the world wide web. Read more

Stay in the Know!

From time to time, we share insight about how to make your boutique event rental business better and better. Be sure you're on our list so you never miss our resources. Read more

We love #EventProfs!

In this month-o-Love, we're working to raise awareness of and money for The SEARCH Foundation. Our industry is full of amazing and caring individuals and small businesses. The help that SEARCH provides when disaster strikes makes all the difference. Read more

2017 Event Rental Success Groups

Do you ever wonder how other Event Rental Businesses deal with the problems you're facing? Wouldn't it be great to hear how others in your position handle damages? How do they find their crew members? What is their deposit policy? Where do their ideal clients come from? What is their average rental amount? How much do they charge for delivery? Read more

How to Handle the Zillion Requests for Discounts, Donations & “Marketing” Opportunities That Come Your Way

I would bet that you are constantly being asked for donations to charity events, free rentals for styled shoots, and industry discounts. Rental pros respond to these requests with a range of emotions; excitement, guilt, pressure, anger, resentment... Especially as you get busy, the request to offer your services and products for free can even become offensive to you. So, what do you do? Read more