The UK Photo booth industries like many other Industries has been severely affected by the recent pandemic and what makes the situation harder is the absence of a light at the end of the tunnel.
Many who have contemplated starting their own photo booth hire company are reluctant to take the last and final steps in absence of a definite return to normality and even then many worry that things won’t of course be normal. Whilst they certainly won’t be normal and we will all be living in what will become known as the new norm, insiders have predicted that hospitality and events will return.
The question many are asking now is what can be done to prepare for that return to the new norm and what can existing photo booth owners do to prepare for when it arrives.
One of the main problems is the length of time all industries have had to suffer through with little or no income at all. Many felt this would all be overcome by mid to late 2020 and whilst they may well have been overly optimistic, we are now just hoping we can make mid 2021 and see a light at the end of the tunnel.
Whilst Customers and party goers including those planning Weddings have had no choice but to put their plans on hold and many are aiming for 2022, they are none the less deterred to continue to plan their events.
What Photo booth Companies should now be doing is striving forward and making sure they concentrate on 2022 to fill their booking diaries. Looking at various contactless solutions, maintaining a strong online presence and maintaining brand strength. Ultimately this is not the time to go quiet but a time to be absolutely ready for when bookings start to come back in.
Whilst things are and feel incredibly bleak, it doesn’t have to be considered this way. Customers are very much anticipating the return to the new norm where they can and will celebrate their events, ensuring your Photo booth company is ready in all aspects should be your driving force right now.