Since the pandemic emerged, your customers have had to adapt over and over again. Here’s what to know about how they’ve changed—and how to meet their new needs.
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.
Get the edge on your competition by taking advantage of these simple and effective tools. The key to them is often storytelling.
Founder Dawn Dickson-Akpoghene’s aim is to create a WeWork-style company for movement entrepreneurs, empowering instructors to fully reap the rewards of running their own businesses.
If you’re a self-employed artist, you’re also a business—even if you don’t quite see yourself that way. How you handle your finances should reflect this…
These days, Chantelle Bruinsma of Studio Expansion helps studio owners around the world find unprecedented freedom in running their businesses. But once upon a time, she was…
These three experienced early-childhood dance educators say that running classes for infants and tots isn’t exactly child’s play—but it could end up being well worth the extra effort and expense.
Cynthia King wanted to shape her studio around her own value systems, not what might make her customers happy. So she did.
From fires to break-ins, these studios’ horror stories are lessons in resilience and disaster preparedness.
Seven strategies to turn your post-recital high into strong fall enrollment for new and returning students