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.
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.
Back-to-school typically accounts for some of the year’s biggest sales for dance retailers, but this fall will be different. This is how resourceful local dance retailers are dealing with the disruptions of COVID-19.
How Valerie Green set up a surprisingly affordable rental dance studio just a stone’s throw from Manhattan—and created a home for her own dance company, too.
Now more than ever, understanding and forecasting cash flow is one of the most useful management skills a studio owner can have.
Whether it’s to tap new sources of funding or get a break on payments for existing debt, a talk with your banker can help your business get through this cash crunch.
With their stores closed, dance retailers are focusing on staying connected with their customers and their local studios and getting down to rainy-day tasks they didn’t have time for before. If you’ve always meant to start or upgrade your store’s online selling, here’s how three storeowners did it.
Here are six takeaways that should be useful for navigating your way through the rescue package.
In the last two weeks, as Congress passed various relief and stimulus bills, you may still be wondering exactly what help you can get. Here’s a summary, including cash for businesses, unemployment payments for gig workers and a new payroll loan program that converts to a grant (and is also open to independent contractors and the self-employed).