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.
Learn what it is, and how to make the most of it. The cognitive bias of the halo effect can hurt your business’ reputation. But you can also leverage it to add a glow to your whole business.
What better time to take a fresh look at how you and your team could improve and streamline your business? Use this checklist to inspire you to take your dance business to the next level in 2023.
When her mother died, Alessia Gaetana Santoro became the owner and artistic director of New York Academy of Ballet, the school her mom had founded. Here, Santoro discusses the challenges she’s overcome—and how she has expanded on her mother’s vision.
Moving your small dance business quickly to a new location—whether planned or unexpected—presents unique challenges, especially if it involves any renovations.
Struggling with staff retention? Try offering one of these 10 employee benefits that your staff will genuinely appreciate.
Here’s how to fix that now—however small your business or modest your income. It especially pays off to start sooner rather than later, but anytime is a better time than never.
It’s worth the investment to showcase your dance business with fresh, high-quality visuals on a consistent basis. If you’re new to working with a visual artist, here’s what to expect.
Here’s how to inspire your local dance community to spend just a little bit more time and money at your store or studio. Don’t wait until Black Friday or Small Business Saturday to take action.
hirts. But as the dance world strives to better include transgender and nonbinary dancers, new conversations about whether dance apparel needs to be gendered at all are emerging.