The pandemic forced dance retailers to give up certain ways of doing business. But what started as a necessity could end up having unexpected positive results for you and your business.
Wondering what it will be like to navigate the virtual version of this longstanding annual retailing event? While many of the same rules that we follow at in-person trade shows apply here, other elements are very different. Here’s how to make the most of it.
Adding new categories can mean extra revenue, but maintaining the store’s brand identity can be a challenge. Here’s how three storeowners handle it.
Well, it can. But expanding a store’s offerings into categories like yoga, gymnastics and gifts holds both promise and peril for dance retailers.
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.
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.
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.
Dance retailers, check your inventory—three dance teachers share the dancewear and shoe choices that work best in their very different teaching settings.
With talk of a possible recession in the air, it pays to bolster your business now. Not only will it help you weather a downturn, you’ll be positioned to take advantage of opportunities when the economy improves.
Fresh finds to consider when you’re stocking your dance store shelves this fall