Dance Studio Owner Spotlight
By Suzanne Blake Gerety
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Featuring artists, business owners, dancers, and other dance studio related professionals. Highlighting the dance industry, instruction, choreography, trends and studio ownership.
||CleanSheryl Dowling,Co-Owner & Studio Director of The Dance Club||Shares Her Secrets of Success||4/5/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanReleve Founder DeAnne Boegli Interview||In this podcast get to know Releve’ LLC founder DeAnne Boegli. A marketing executive by day, and dance teacher by night, DeAnne decided to break boundaries and begin offering dance studio owners exactly what they needed for their studio walls: Interactive Art. DeAnne shares some of her own helpful teaching tips and ideas for studio owners to increase communication with parents and their students||19/10/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanInterview with Tricia Gomez creator of "Hip Hop in a Box'||Insights and information about the positive trends in the dance industry||20/8/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanTen Tips to Make Your Dance Studio Website Great||In this 30 Minute Interview, hear Ten Tips to Make Your Dance Studio Website Great with Chad Michael Lawson. Knowing the dance world, the marketing world, and internet development has put Chad Michael in a unique position to help dance studio owners and other dance businesses. Usually, it seems a person in the dance world is either business minded or artistic,but not both. His clients say he’s a rare find with the perfect marriage of business and art. Visit Chad on the web at http://www.realdealdancemarketing.com/||18/6/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanSisters Joey Dowling & Jacki Ford's Dancewear Line||Enjoy this candid interview and learn how Joey Dowling, assistant choreographer for Broadway's "In the Heights," and her sister, Jacki Ford, a choreographer and teacher at the Broadway Dance Center and Steps in New York City, credit their initial "one of a kind" clothing with helping them land roles as Rockettes a few years back. A new clothing and dance wear line designed by two dancers (former Rockettes) who longed for comfortable clothing for their tall frames launched today at www.joandjax.com. Designed for both girls and women, Jo+Jax features comfortable and colorful items such as dance unitards in both long sleeve and tank, tri-tops, booty shorts, t-shirts, sport shorts and sweat suits, with more styles and sizes coming out in the next month. The website is open for shopping at joandjax.com.||2/12/2008||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|