How Much More Can You Make?

Use this form to calculate how much you can earn per hour as a photobooth operator.

For the purpose of this exercise, we are calculating the cost of a 3 hour hire.

Enter your expenses (or remove the ones you don't use) for the following:

How many bookings do you do a year?


Business Expenses

Public Liability:$ a year

Pat Testing:$ a year

Storage Unit:$ a year

Website / Hosting:$ a year

Other (Total):$ a year

Event Expenses

Media (Paper/Ink):$ per event

Vehicle Hire:$ per event

Fuel (rough average):$ per event

Staff:$ per event

Props:$ per event

Scrapbook:$ per event

USB Drive:$ per event

Select which tasks you will be doing:

You can edit the timings yourself to match what you currently do. We have added default times based on someone not automating any existing processes.

Sales

( minutes) e.g. Answering the phone, respondong to emails, responding to facebook, discussing your packages, discussing your add-ons.

( minutes) e.g. Looking in a diary and checking you are available, looking up other bookings to check for conflicts.

( minutes) e.g. Checking existing bookings for backdrops, shells, stanchions, red carpets or other add-ons that you don't want double booked.

( minutes) e.g. Taking the location of your business vs the location of their venue, getting the mileage, and calculating a cost per mile over your free travel zone.

( minutes) e.g. Creating a word document or email with an itemised list of booths and extras, with prices and descriptions.

( minutes) e.g. Putting your quote into an email, with a written introduction, including date, venue and other booking specifics.

( minutes) e.g. Emailing or phoning the customer to have a chat and confirm that they are happy with the quote and wish to proceed. Discussing changes or extras.

( minutes) e.g. Taking the information for the booking and writing it in your diary, along with booths, extras and any special notes

( minutes) e.g. Creating a word document or docusign, replacing every value on the contract with the customer and booking details (dates, times, location etc.)

( minutes) e.g. Writing an email, attaching the contract, and writing an introduction or summary, along with some terms or timescale.

( minutes) e.g. Taking the signed document and printing, saving or filing to document to be able to easily look it up in relation to the booking.

( minutes) e.g. Create an invoice in Word or Excel, or print and send. Itemise all booking info, with notes, deposit amount, and payment details.

( minutes) e.g. Write an email with an attached invoice, and a few paragraphs thanking them for their business, and any notes about their event.

( minutes) e.g. Take the payment over the phone via card, or find it in bank transactions, and make a note of it somewhere in reference to the booking.

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Event

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How much could you earn$0 per hour by using BoothBook?