It’s worth the investment to showcase your dance business with fresh, high-quality visuals on a consistent basis. If you’re new to working with a visual artist, here’s what to expect.
Trained at Elmhurst Ballet School and KS Dance, British dancer Rebecca Haw openly admits that she struggled auditioning for companies. After two years, she secured her first contract…
Here’s how to inspire your local dance community to spend just a little bit more time and money at your store or studio. Don’t wait until Black Friday or Small Business Saturday to take action.
hirts. But as the dance world strives to better include transgender and nonbinary dancers, new conversations about whether dance apparel needs to be gendered at all are emerging.
Now is a perfect time—before the year-end holiday rush—to meet with your tax advisor and ensure you’re taking the best steps to lower your tax bill for the year. Here’s a look at some strategies to consider.
Since the pandemic emerged, your customers have had to adapt over and over again. Here’s what to know about how they’ve changed—and how to meet their new needs.
As dance business owners, we know that this back-to-dance season will have its unique set of challenges. WOOP is a powerful mental strategy that can help you meet them. And it’s simple to learn.
Sometimes it takes two to tango when mapping out big career or business moves, and a new wave of dance-centric coaches is helping dancers do just that.
From inflation and supply chain issues to changing expectations from families, the new dance year is sure to come with its own set of unique challenges. Start prepping now to start your season on a strong foot.
These days, embracing uncertainty, staying flexible and taking bold action are a dance retailer’s best tools. Here’s how a seasoned storeowner (and retail consultant) recommends you use them to prep for this year’s back-to-school season.