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Dance Studio 411

This is Dance Studio 411 where we answer your real life questions about your toughest studio life predicaments. Parent problems, teacher turnover, student challenges, policy dilemmas and so much more! Let's talk about what's keeping you awake at night and what you can do about it. Here are your hosts Suzanne Blake Gerety and Jill Tirone.

Jul 22, 2020

In this episode Cynthia King, Owner and Director of Cynthia King Dance Studio of Brooklyn, New York shares how she has created engagement with new students through virtual meet and greet events over Zoom.

You'll hear how she has created an innovative solution to build enrollment during a time when traditional in-person open house events are not possible. Cynthia shares technology tips on how to set up a simple booking process for parents and their children.

Gain useful tips on how she demonstrates teaching methods over Zoom and what they can count on whether they are learning fully online or via a hybrid model of in person and virtual. Hear how she incentivizes parents to take action and register and how she conveys the value of a dance education and what they can count on during their school-year.


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