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.
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.
Running a business together has unique challenges—but plentiful rewards, too. Three mother-daughter teams reveal what it takes to thrive.
Join Dance Business Weekly on June 21 for a virtual event aimed at preparing retailers for a successful back-to-school season
Join Dance Business Weekly on March 30 for a virtual event aimed at supporting dance retailers during this difficult time.
Hundreds of dancers from dozens of dance studios huddled onstage awaiting awards; a theater full of parents; a new city every week. The traditional formula for dance competitions clearly won’t work in COVID-19 times. So what’s the alternative?
Zoom fatigue is real. Finding ways to engage your students that don’t involve a screen will keep both students and parents happy—and show the value of your business.
Small-dance-business owners have a responsibility to uphold anti-racist values. Take this pledge to make five actionable steps toward putting those values into practice.
While the risk of a lawsuit is low for those who faithfully follow state and local guidelines, this expert advises taking additional steps to protect your business.
We talked to the experts at MTO about best practices for marketing during difficult times, and the trends that all dance businesses should be paying attention to right now.