Learn all about escape room team building and earning corporate clients by checking out our guest post on the EscapeAssist blog! Here’s a preview…
So, it’s 11:00 am on Wednesday and all you hear is crickets. Your next booking isn’t for another 5 hours, so you decide to get a little bookkeeping done. Sound familiar?
There’s something wrong with this picture. Do you know what it is?
It should be fairly obvious.
It’s that the space you’re paying rent for is going unused for at least 5 hours on that particular Wednesday, and likely other days, too.
Look, I get it. Escape rooms are most popular on evenings and weekends and surely there will be off-hours from time to time. But 5 straight hours? Yikes!
There must be something you can do to drum up more business during off-hours.
Well, there is! And if you read the title of this article, you know exactly where I’m going with this.
In this article, I’ll show you how to earn and sustain corporate customers at your escape room business.
Let’s do it!
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About the Author
Chris is an escape room enthusiast who created EscapeFront as a professional resource for escape room owners. He is a contributor to the EscapeAssist blog, NowEscape & HowToStartAnLLC.com. Chris lives in Seattle, Washington with his amazing wife Lisa and has a background in business, teaching & training, and financial analytics.