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Does Your Pole Event Have an Emergency Action Plan?

Pole dance events can include pole competitions, showcases, or gigs. Although the risk is rare, emergencies and injuries can and will happen at pole dance events. Is your pole dance event prepared for those risks? Do you have a plan…

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When to switch your LLC to an S-Corp?

When you first start your business (in the United States, in most states), you don’t need to have any sort of official, legal entity. Many businesses may choose to create an LLC as basic legal protection which requires very little…

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How to disclose (or not) your pole career with your day job

Many pole instructors, performers, studio owners, strippers, and other pole business owners may maintain a primary “day job” and work their pole-related side hustle at the same time. While some specific careers or employees may require disclosure of other/outside employment,…

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How to get more private pole students

While pole dancing is most often taught in a group fitness class setting, providing private, individualized instruction can be a great way to help your students progress faster. Here are three ways to attract more private pole or aerial clients.…

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How to improve your group fitness classes

Pole dancing is most often taught in a group fitness class setting. These classes might be semester based or drop in, but generally are led by a single instructor with 2+ students in a physical or virtual location. Here are…

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