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.
Dance storeowners report that fashion items are often beating out basics, baby ballerina gear is a bust and supply chains have been disrupted. We asked four veteran retailers how they are managing their stock to adapt to pandemic shifts.
Tips on staying organized and on budget when you’re buying new inventory for the store—and how to use your purchases to turn over older inventory as well
Adding new categories can mean extra revenue, but maintaining the store’s brand identity can be a challenge. Here’s how three storeowners handle it.
Well, it can. But expanding a store’s offerings into categories like yoga, gymnastics and gifts holds both promise and peril for dance retailers.
Traditionally, comp season revenues serve as a bridge from the busy back-to-school and holiday seasons to spring recitals. With the pandemic upending all things dance, here are comp-season tactics for this year from three veteran dance retailers.
Pinterest continues to add shopping features, making this increasingly robust platform hard to ignore for retailers.
Your fashion inventory may grab all the attention, but creating a strategy for selling your basics is just as important. Here’s how to keep them uniquely on-brand and contributing to a strong bottom line.
In this pandemic economy that’s so full of unknowns, here are some solid retail strategies for the upcoming gift-giving season.
Best practices for dance retailers are evolving during the pandemic, but window displays still play an important role for brick-and-mortar stores.