Every dance studio owner could use a friend to help you stay strong during the ups and downs of business ownership. Suzanne Gerety of Dance Studio Owner discusses the milestone of supporting dance studio owners for ten years and the upcoming Energize event with tools for studio success that will energize you for next season.
Ballet is highly gendered. But making gender diverse students feel welcomed at your dance studio is possible. Tips from a transgender dancer.
Your dance studio isn’t “just a business” but if you’re even thinking about selling, you have to be prepared to look at it as one. Here’s what you’ll need for a quicker, easier sale.
Inspired by the variety of festive ways we’ve seen dance studio owners and management decorating trees for their lobbies at Christmastime, here’s a collection of ideas we think you’ll love.
You’re out of time. You’ve already tried everything. But the costume company is failing to make up for their mistake. Keep your cool and take these next steps to get results from their customer service department.
The words ‘costume season’ can send chills down a studio owner’s spine. If (or when) something goes wrong with your dance costume order, follow these tips when dealing with a costume company’s customer service department.