As a seasonal dance business, identifying new revenue streams for slow spells and making a plan to execute them is a smart step toward sustainability. Here’s how.
Running a business together has unique challenges—but plentiful rewards, too. Three mother-daughter teams reveal what it takes to thrive.
When it comes to fulfilling orders, supply chain issues are still a challenge—for dancewear manufacturers and retailers alike. Here’s a look at how they’re coping.
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 I had a dollar for every time I heard the phrase “global supply-chain delays” in the news, I’d be able to purchase a year’s…
Payal Kadakia of ClassPass and The Sa Dance Company encourages dance entrepreneurs to harness their uniqueness, find their purpose and create their own paths. Here, she shares how dance and being true to herself prepared her to create two groundbreaking organizations—including a billion-dollar company.
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…
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…