• Low overhead costs – Running a circus business does not require expensive leasing agreements or large fixed investments. It also allows for more flexibility in terms of location.
• High earning potential – With the right marketing and ticket prices, circuses can make quite a bit of money.
• Uniqueness – A circus is a unique form of entertainment and, as such, stands out in an otherwise crowded marketplace
Seasonal fluctuations – The summer are typically the busiest time for circuses due to better weather, but they can also experience periods of slow business during other parts of the year.
• Difficult to manage – Running a circus requires managing multiple moving parts, from performers and staff to animals and equipment. This can be very time-consuming and difficult to manage.
• Safety concerns – Working with animals and performing dangerous stunts in front of large crowds can create safety concerns that must be taken into account before starting a business.
• Limited resources – Finding performers, trainers, and other personnel necessary to run a circus can be difficult due to the limited resources available in certain areas. Additionally, there may not be enough demand for circuses in some regions to ensure profitability.