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What to Do When Your Inflatable Business Is Slow

Posted By : Gary Simon Date Created : February 13th, 2011 Date Updated : May 30th, 2018

Aqua Tide 24 SlideIn an ideal {life|world} any moonwalk business would be able to start up and would have a steadily increasing income thorough out the years. Unfortunately we don’t {exist|live} in an ideal world, and almost every business from the beginning of time has gone through a slow phase. How you handle a slow phase is the difference between having a business that is able to last, and having one that isn’t. Many people, even those who {always|constantly} look at an inflatable slide manufacturer website and who know that they want to start this type of business, often hesitate in beginning their business simply because they don’t know what they would do if the business was slow. Here are a few {tricks|tips} that should be able to help you to pick up the pace if the house you purchased from the inflatable manufacturer doesn’t seem to be renting well.

Check The Equipment

Always double check {the|your} equipment. Make sure that {all|everything} is as clean as can be and that you’ve got not dirt, dust, or cobwebs anywhere. When you’re storing your bounce house or slide for awhile, it’s possible for it to {get|become} a bit dusty, which can put people off. If they feel as though they’ve rented something old and used, they’re less likely to spread your name around to others. So always make sure that your equipment is {working|functioning} perfectly and is absolutely clean. If it’s not {working|functioning} right, immediately get a replacement part from the inflatable manufacturer, or, if necessary, purchase a new product to replace the old one.

Check Yourself

How are your {client|customer} service skills? Customer service skills can make or break a business, which is why it’s {important|vital} that you make sure that your skills are up to par. Feel free to contact older customers and to ask them if they would take the time to answer a few questions about their experience with you. You can then either {talk|speak} with them by phone or, better yet, can send them an email with a questionnaire on it. This questionnaire will point out the positives in your business and if there are any flaws, which can help you to better your {company|business}.

Advertising

Are you {receiving|getting} a great deal of business? If you’re not, have you {considered|been} advertising? Far too often people {buy|purchase} their product from their inflatable slide manufacturer and think that just because they have the product, people will connect with them and start renting it. They can’t rent from you if they don’t know about you. If things are going slow, check your advertising options. If what you’re doing isn’t working, look into doing something else.
Remember: all businesses get slow, but if you keep great equipment, have great customer service skills, and the right advertising, things will pick up again in no time.

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What to Do When Your Inflatable Business Is Slow
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Many people, even those who {always|constantly} look at an inflatable slide manufacturer website and who know that they want to start this type of business
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