How much did you make? Revenue v. Profit in Your Event Rental Business

I want to encourage you that you can do this. Event rental businesses are great models for scalable growth. There is a lot of potential for people who have curated collections, lean infrastructure, and are savvy with their marketing. Strive to increase your revenue without increasing your expenses (focus on utilization— rent more of what you have before you buy more, maximize the space you have with vertical storage before moving, etc.). Read more

I give a DAM! (no, that’s not a typo)

We recently started looking for a digital asset manager to centrally organize all of the images we have scattered around our collective hard drives. We found ourselves searching for a particular image we knew existed but could never remember where. It had that one thing in it and was taken that one time. But would eventually give up and find a stock photo on Unsplash because we couldn't find our own original image. The madness had to stop. Read more

SEO for Event Rental Businesses

It's true that you've got to get a lot of people in the top of your sales funnel in order to move them through to Proposals, Confirmed Orders, and happy Customers who refer others. In this video, I'll talk about SEO's role in all of that sales funnel magic. Read more

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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

Friday Q&A: Marketing Know-How

There is definitely some “luck” involved in entrepreneurship. But I don’t want you to discount the power you have to observe, notice, adjust, and get the results you want. Read more

Friday Q&A: Harnessing the Power of Incentives

If you do decide to offer a discount policy or a referral program, make it great! Create an exclusive club for them to join or make a "platinum status" available only to planners. I would encourage you to have a clearly defined policy. It should also be something that you are transparent about (maybe even have on your website). In order for it to not feel icky or under-handed (especially to your end client), you don’t want it to be a secret. You also want to leverage it to get more business from planners and venues. Don't hide it, make it attractive and something people want to get in on. Read more