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Catrina performs at PoleCon 2023 in the inaugural Latin Heritage showcase.

How to get sponsorships for your pole business

Whether you are a performer, a pole event, or some other form of pole business, getting sponsorship money is tough! Most businesses in the pole industry are small. Even the few larger pole businesses aren’t actually *that* large. Very few…

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Man carries a woman over his shoulder off stage at PoleCon. Woman is smiling.

SAMPLE CODE OF CONDUCT

[memberonly level=“Group Membership for Businesses of 2-5 individuals, Student, Individual or Solo-Preneur”]   Review and update this text as relevant for your situation and with regards to appropriate laws in your jurisdiction >>> Attendees must respect commonsense rules for public…

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A woman of color executes a jade split on a pole on the PoleCon Stage.

Top 10 ways to run a safer pole dance events

Pole dancing is an extreme activity, and no one can fully “guarantee” safety in all instances. All event producers can, however, take steps to minimize physical safety issues during their events. Here is a short “checklist” you can use to…

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Man and woman dance in front of a pole on the PoleCon stage.

Do you need a code of conduct for your pole-based business?

Pole businesses straddle lots of different environments and situations, inviting lots of different people from different backgrounds to participate in different ways. Having a code of conduct can help clarify roles and expectations of all those involved. What is a…

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Pole dancer executes a backbend on the pole while holding binoculars.

Sample Weapons Policy

[memberonly level=“Group Membership for Businesses of 2-5 individuals, Student, Individual or Solo-Preneur”]   Below are two sample policies that could be used for your pole dance business or event. The first is most appropriate for studios or pole businesses with…

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