Running night club for sale
Revenue Avaible on request, Cash Flow Avaible on request, Established 2012
The nightclub industry is evaluated in a manner that does not overlap with other entertainment services such as bars and pubs. Therefore revenue management of nightclubs would be assessed via the entrance fee or cover charge instead of focusing in the menu or drinks offering.
The nightclub industry measures capacity via tables, chairs and space in the nightclub. While other secondary capacity measurement such as staffing levels, supply of alcoholic drinks, as well as operating hours, the constraint of a typical nightclubs usually lies in the space available inside the club. This is because nightclubs are designed to be a ‘self-service’ industry, whereby customers can dictate and utilize how they want to spend their night.
At any given time (apart from opening and closing hours where customers deposit/retrieve their bags and belongings), a typical customer in a nightclub would be interacting with friends and not the employees of the club. Alcoholic beverages do not consume much shelf space and clubs seldom do not run out of supply of these drinks. Standard operating hours of clubs is usually long enough for customers and extension of this opening hours do not necessarily translate into higher revenues or profits.