Here’s how dance stores can set themselves apart by going the extra mile to serve local dance studios.
An unlikely alliance involving 4 competing studios is helping them stay the course through COVID-19 and beyond.
Going from stressed to blessed is no easy task in the face of COVID—but these dance business owners are making strides one step at a time.
In a world gone virtual, how can dance business owners make meaningful connections? We asked three entrepreneurs to share their best practices.
New year, new business goals. It turns out these common ones could use a rethink—here’s how experts recommend you approach them.
Ballet companies have long counted on Nutcracker engagements as the revenue gift that keeps on giving. This season, canceled shows are a pain point for the dance industry, but ballet companies are finding innovative ways to reimagine this part of their business.
Amid the uncertainty of doing business during the COVID-19 pandemic, two popular community dance hubs with very different trajectories—L.A.’s EDGE Performing Arts Center and Chicago’s Visceral Dance Center—share their plans for the future.
Ask yourself these seven questions before moving forward with a licensing model.