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Hiring Photobooth Employees

Bobby Escobedo

So you've had plenty of successful events and now you're getting flooded with emails from clients looking to book even more! It may be time to consider looking for an attendant.

 

So what's next?

In this video, Catalina will share some insight on where to scout for talent by targeting Facebook groups, second shooter forums or brand ambassador sites. She explains that making the hiring process as easy as possible by asking a few qualifying questions goes a long way! The selection process starts with a simple phone call that can lead to an in person interview that will allow you to introduce them the photobooth and see how they interact with it.  

 

"I think the number one question I get asked is, where do we find our employees?"

-Catalina

 

What about compensation? Is there a standard rate?

We have seen rates ranging anywhere between $16 to $25 an hour, although it depends on the type of event that they're running. It's important to remember that they're handling tens of thousands of dollars worth of equipment, and we want to know it's in good hands.

 

Responsibilities

Your attendant should be responsible for picking up the photobooth, setup, running the event, troubleshooting, and the safe return of the booth. Hiring a booth attendant will not only allow you to book more events but also increase your profits! 

 

 

 

 

  • even before we received the booth we were booking dates for the booth and it's only growing more - we even need to order a second booth soon!

    MARY & ROY INSTABOT PHOTOBOOTH
  • our photo booth business paid our mortgage and living expenses last year

    ERIN BOWLEY FLASH BOOTH CO
  • with little to no advertising, our booth has almost paid for itself

    EDDY STAHOWIAK STACK 9