Even the shiniest business reputation has been dulled and dented by the disruptions of the pandemic. But your reputation is a crucial business asset, and it pays to know that you can repair it—and how to keep improving it.
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.
As dance business owners, we know that this back-to-dance season will have its unique set of challenges. WOOP is a powerful mental strategy that can help you meet them. And it’s simple to learn.
It may not be what you signed up for as a dance business owner, but the pandemic has made it clear that we all need to be ready to address mental health issues when our employees need us.
Whether you’re a dance studio or store owner, you may have started to breathe a little easier lately as operations have stabilized after almost two…
Whether your impetus is financial or emotional, there may come a time when the right move is to shut down the company you founded and nurtured. Ignoring the signs can be self-defeating.
Storeowner Katherine Herring reflects on how embracing change and building a strong management team have been key to her success.
During the height of the pandemic, Dance/USA gathered a group of presenters and agents to revise long-standard performance contracts. The group recently published their equitable guidelines.
Many retailing innovations made during the pandemic are here to stay. Here’s how dance stores are fine-tuning them for the long term.
Email may seem old-school, but it can actually be an important driver of online sales for your brick-and-mortar dance store.