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Does Your Pole Studio Have an Emergency Action Plan?

Injuries are bound to happen in a pole studio. Pole dancers put their bodies through extreme demands including climbing, inverting, stretching, and dancing at high levels of intensity. Sure, the benefits outweigh the risks. But is your studio prepared for…

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How to Pick the Right Poles for Your Pole-based Business

Selecting the right poles for your pole-based business is a fairly straightforward process.  There are a handful of companies manufacturing freestanding and mounted poles currently with more manufacturers entering the market world-wide each year. Determine your studio needs How you…

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Virtual PoleCon 2020: Pole Studios and Instructors Insurance 101

This workshop was part of the Virtual PoleCon 2020 event held on October 17, 2020. Pole Studios and Instructors Insurance 101 with Tom Wojciechowski: An easy-to-understand approach to the insurance products available for Pole Studios and Instructors.  From recommended policies and…

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Virtual PoleCon 2020: Running a Virtual Show

This workshop was part of the Virtual PoleCon 2020 event held on October 17, 2020. Going Virtual with Torwa Joe of Vertical Joes: If you are like me, COVID has pushed me into an unknown world of technology. Being forced to…

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Virtual PoleCon 2020: Pole Business Panel

This panel was part of the Virtual PoleCon 2020 event held on October 17, 2020. Pole Business Panel lead by Colleen Jolly: Small business is hard and a small business in the pole industry is even harder. Hear from a…

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