Operating a belly dance studio is an interesting and rewarding enterprise. However, revenue needs to support future expansion, increased rental fees (unless you own the building and have a set mortgage payment), an increase in operating expenses, unexpected expenditures, and unforeseen emergencies.
1. Filled Classroom Excellent teaching, steady enrollment, and regular attending students will provide a steady income. Provide an additional variety of interesting services and students will follow.
Structure classes with different achievement levels. Award each achievement level with a certificate of completion. After pupils graduate all levels, celebrate with a graduation ceremony and a party.
Present a show featuring graduating students. Video tape performing solos, and group dance performances. Do not allow video cameras by attendees as you will film the program and sell these videos.
2. Introduce other teachers. Your pupils will look forward to new instructors and are inspired to keep studying this dance. This is a source of additional income and advertising on your behalf.
3. Entertainment Training There are students who wish to become entertainers. Provide entertainment training. Invite students to watch your performances, review, and critique.
Provide these classes for other students who do not attend your school.
4. Private Sessions Teach private individual, or group sessions in clients’ homes, Other dance studios, and other locations. Both services offer opportunities for revenue, advertising, and enrolling fresh students.
Are you an exceptional instructor? Give instructions in workshops and seminars. These group sessions may influence fresh students to attend your classes. Advertise to teach in America or international countries.
5. Rent out space Rent your studio space by the hour to other instructors, musicians, and specialty groups’ This is another source of revenue. Select renters who can use your studio as is. Provide security for party events.
6. Retail Merchandise Arrange a retail space to sell costumes, accessories, musical instruments, DVDs and CDs, adornments, jewelry, and other miscellaneous items to students and the public.
Sell merchandise at other workshops and seminars. These are outlets to sell your merchandise and advertise and market your school.
7. Promote Shows Be a show promoter. Gain a reality check by attending other seminars and workshops. Gather information from other sponsors. Watch, participate, and take notes. Talk to attendees for their feedback. Stop, think, organize, and promote your own seminars, workshops, and retreat camps.
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