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.
Here’s how three dance studio owners rejiggered their recitals for COVID-19, and the business decisions that went into it
Rachel Arnold’s homework packets and faculty book clubs keep her studio business healthy during COVID-19 by focusing on community and commitment.
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.
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).
On March 17, longtime studio owner Misty Lown hosted a virtual gathering of more than 130 dance industry leaders to discuss COVID-19: State of the Industry. Here are six takeaways from the presentation.
For a dance studio to survive and thrive, having professional accounting help is crucial. Here’s how two owners have benefited from all that their accountants have brought to the table over the last two-plus decades.
Why establishing relationships with outside professionals is crucial to your dance studio’s success
When a studio owner is swamped with a thousand daily operational details, there’s no time for the job a business owner really needs to be doing—planning for the company’s future. Here’s what to do about that.