Resale is getting the attention of retailers big and small. Ask yourself these six questions before taking the plunge.
As young consumers drive the growth in the apparel resale market, dance entrepreneurs are taking note.
Whether your impetus is financial or emotional, there may come a time when the right move is to shut down the company you founded and nurtured. Ignoring the signs can be self-defeating.
Could these add-ons improve your online store’s customer experience? They’ve been road-tested by experienced dance retailers. Here’s the scoop.
New retail platforms have made it easier and more affordable to create a robust and attractive website for your dance store. Here are some key strategies to make sure your site works for your business—and your bottom line.
Well, it can. But expanding a store’s offerings into categories like yoga, gymnastics and gifts holds both promise and peril for dance retailers.
With all the challenges dance studios, stores and dancewear makers face during this pandemic economy, it’s easy to act from a place of fear. But now, more than ever, the smarter strategy for your business is to focus on your strengths—and on helping the whole dance industry stay strong.
Kathryn Sullivan has found lots of fans for her Ballet Glider, which has been a sideline business during her years of teaching. Now she’s working on growing it. Two dance-business experts give advice about how to take it to the next level.
With their stores closed, dance retailers are focusing on staying connected with their customers and their local studios and getting down to rainy-day tasks they didn’t have time for before. If you’ve always meant to start or upgrade your store’s online selling, here’s how three storeowners did it.
You’re a dancer with a great concept for a product for your fellow dancers—and you have no idea how to get it manufactured. Here’s how the founders of Apolla worked with a business incubator to turn sketches into a dance business with a sellable product.