We want you to know that we are here for you. We’ll do our best to be a support in the weeks and months to come—bringing you news and business ideas you can use, links to business relief resources, and yes, inspiration and ideas from your fellow dance retailers and studio owners, on how to move forward.
Many people’s first impression of your dance business will come from your website, long before they’ve come in your door or met you. Here’s how hiring an outside design pro can make that experience as high-quality as possible.
Whether you have a financial person do your taxes or handle them yourself, it pays to be alert to opportunities to cut your tax bill. Here’s what to know (and discuss with your tax pro) before you file.
For a dance studio to survive and thrive, having professional accounting help is crucial. Here’s how two owners have benefited from all that their accountants have brought to the table over the last two-plus decades.
Dance retailers know that cleanliness is a key tactic in their visual merchandising strategy, but with the disquieting spread of coronavirus, it’s also an essential ingredient to keep your staff and customers healthy.
Why establishing relationships with outside professionals is crucial to your dance studio’s success
Change is unavoidable in today’s business environment. Sometimes you initiate the changes; sometimes they’re beyond your control. But one thing you can successfully manage is the way you communicate about them. Arts consultant David Gray tells what he’s learned from experience about managing the message.
More states and cities are banning any questions about a candidate’s past salary during job interviews.
Use these “key performance indicators” to get the financial details on how your dance studio business is doing—and where you could make improvements.