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August 13, 2020                               

These Funding Programs for BIPOC and Women Could Help Get Your Business Through COVID

Most dance businesses are suffering right now. But those owned by BIPOC and women, who have historically been denied access to capital, have been left especially vulnerable by the pandemic. Thankfully, support exists—and we rounded up some of the most promising programs.
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Behind-the-Scenes of A Wish Come True's Pennsylvania Costume Factory

Studio owners who've been in the recital game for a while have likely seen thousands of dance costumes pass through their hands. But with the hustle and bustle of recital time, we don't always stop to think about where exactly those costumes are coming from, or how they are made.

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Retail Reopening Strategies: The Path Toward a New Normal

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Lauren Wingenroth

(lwingenroth@dancemedia.com)
Basia Hellwig
Karen Hildebrand
Amanda Sherwin
Nyamekye Smith
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