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.
These three experienced early-childhood dance educators say that running classes for infants and tots isn’t exactly child’s play—but it could end up being well worth the extra effort and expense.
Cynthia King wanted to shape her studio around her own value systems, not what might make her customers happy. So she did.
Stepping into your customers’ shoes can show you where you’re winning—and losing—business. We asked a trio of dance business owners to walk us through their customer journeys, and got tips from an expert on how to improve them.
Everybody wins when a dance photographer partners with a dance retailer to offer local studios a revenue opportunity. Get inspired by Artistry Reimagined’s creative concept.
An unlikely alliance involving 4 competing studios is helping them stay the course through COVID-19 and beyond.
Going from stressed to blessed is no easy task in the face of COVID—but these dance business owners are making strides one step at a time.
A scholarship program can allow you to keep financially struggling families in the fold. Here’s how to create one without compromising on revenue.
Between the potential for a new revenue stream and possible increased demand from studio families who don’t want to travel or spend big bucks this year, there are compelling reasons to start a summer program in 2021. Here’s how to do so successfully, from two veteran studio owners.
The new year is the perfect time to set clear boundaries and make communication more efficient at your studio. Experts Kathy Blake and Suzanne Blake Gerety shared their tips.