Dana and Hugo Adames started out in 2004 with two dance studios in 1,400 square feet of space. Through moving twice and opening a second…
These stores market and manage their gift cards for year-round sales, and they’ve adapted to COVID-19 in different ways. What’s right for your store now?
This fun and creative merchandising tactic makes good retail sense—even now. Here are savvy strategies to make sure they entice customers—and bring you a return.
This studio owner discovered that for some families reaching out was as valuable to them as the Zoom classes she was creating.
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.
With their stores closed, these four retailers used the time to freshen up their spaces—a treat for their customers and a morale-booster for them.
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Three studios on the innovative ways they’re honoring the class of 2020—all while bringing added value to their customers and attention to their businesses.
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…
Here’s how three dance studio owners rejiggered their recitals for COVID-19, and the business decisions that went into it