You’ve been thinking about starting a bounce house business. You’re excited about the idea of owning a business that’s fun. Maybe you think about it a lot on your daily commute. Perhaps you’ve even taken some weekends to drive around and look at bounce houses being used in the area.
You know that all successful businesses start with a solid plan, but you’re not sure where to start. Well, don’t let that stop you!
You’ve come to the right place to learn the basics of a bounce house business plan.
It’s starts with doing exactly what you’ve been doing. Driving around and looking at what bouncy equipment is being used in your area. You want to invest in the same types of equipment. I know, it sounds crazy. But it’s not! Here’s why. You’ve noticed how a CVS opens a new store and a few months later Walgreens opens on the next block?
CVS has done the research and the leg work to figure out which area needs another pharmacy. Walgreens is piggy-backing on this information to generate their own customers. Buy purchasing similar equipment to what’s already renting in your area, you know you’re spending money on jumpers that will rent.
When the guy you’re competing with doesn’t answer the phone or doesn’t have inventory, you’re there to pick up the slack – and do it better!
Maybe you’re wondering which equipment to get or how many rentals to expect on a weekend. Those are great questions, but if you don’t know the real secrets about this business, you may not be successful.
Successfully owning a bounce house rental business is easier than you think. STOP spinning your wheels researching packages and plans. Instead, I suggest you take this 3-minute quiz to see if you have what it takes to be successful.