Dance retailers know that cleanliness is a key tactic in their visual merchandising strategy, but with the disquieting spread of coronavirus, it’s also an essential ingredient to keep your staff and customers healthy.
Why establishing relationships with outside professionals is crucial to your dance studio’s success
How local dance stores make sure they have the right inventory and the special services that will draw busy comp dancers (and their moms) to shop with them.
Worrying about online reviews can certainly keep a dance store or studio owner up at night. But negative reviews aren’t necessarily the business-killer you think they are, and engaging with online review sites actually boosts revenues, this study shows.
No studio owner enjoys having to let someone go, but for the health of your business, it’s sometimes essential. Here is advice from a studio owner and two human resources experts on how to handle it properly.
Owning a business that has already proven itself in the marketplace can give your entrepreneurial plans a jump start.
When a studio owner is swamped with a thousand daily operational details, there’s no time for the job a business owner really needs to be doing—planning for the company’s future. Here’s what to do about that.
Brand ambassadors and social influencers can increase awareness of your dance store and persuade customers to buy from you.
Noncompete agreements are famously difficult to get upheld in court. Here are five better ways to protect your dance studio.
During slower months, having a sale has traditionally been one way local dance retailers entice customers to visit their stores. But generic sales events aren’t enough to attract today’s consumers. Here are some fresh ideas.