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.
Storeowner Katherine Herring reflects on how embracing change and building a strong management team have been key to her success.
After teaching for more than 30 years—most recently building a successful preschool program for a dance studio in Burlington, North Carolina—Kim Black decided it was time to open her own business. But the very day she signed the lease for Miss Kim’s Children’s Dance and Arts was the day North Carolinians learned dance studios were required to close due to the pandemic. That didn’t stop her.
How the Tutu School franchise is dealing with COVID-19—and helping its franchisees do the same.
Dana and Hugo Adames started out in 2004 with two dance studios in 1,400 square feet of space. Through moving twice and opening a second…