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.
Leveraging her visibility as the former artistic director of Houston’s METdance, Marlana Doyle was perfectly poised to open her new school. Then came COVID-19. When…
Even with many of their businesses on hold, dancewear makers, studios and stores are doing what they can to help during COVID-19.
Acquiring a building is no small feat, especially in San Francisco’s ultra-competitive real estate market. Here’s how Smuin Ballet moved mountains to buy their own building in Potrero Hill.
Maybe you’ve heard about this small-business relief program and assumed it was only for companies with employees—or that it was too late to apply? Neither is true. Congress is adding funds to it—and freelancers are welcome to apply. A dancer-turned-finance professional explains how it works.
Like it or not, if you are a freelance dance artist or educator, you own and manage a small business. Here’s how one solopreneur stepped up his game to preserve income when schools closed in March.
Chanel DaSilva and Nigel Campbell’s journey from artist to entrepreneur. How two successful dancers turn their passion for the art into solid business acumen.
Whether it’s to tap new sources of funding or get a break on payments for existing debt, a talk with your banker can help your business get through this cash crunch.
Dance educators have managed adversity with passion and persistence since long before Covid-19 came on the scene.