Stagestep, with over five decades of dedicated service, has been a trusted and essential resource for the dance community. For more than 50 years, the company has been at the forefront of providing high-quality dance flooring solutions to thousands of dance studios across the United States. Its commitment to excellence in dance flooring has made it a reliable and respected partner for dance practitioners of all levels.
Stagestep’s impact extends beyond local studios; it has also earned the trust of numerous prestigious professional dance institutions and companies. Notable among these are institutions are the Joffrey Ballet School, the San Francisco Ballet, and the Martha Graham Dance Company. These esteemed organizations and companies have chosen Stagestep as their preferred provider of dance floors, a testament to the company’s dedication to quality and performance in the world of dance.
Stagestep recently underwent a significant development in its history. The company was acquired by Gerflor, a prominent French-based international flooring company. This acquisition represents a notable change in the company’s ownership and opens up new opportunities for Stagestep.
Under this new ownership, Stagestep benefits from being part of a larger international flooring company. One of the primary advantages is that Stagestep now has the capability to serve as both the supplier and the manufacturer of its dance flooring products. This vertical integration eliminates the need for intermediaries and middlemen in the supply chain, streamlining the process from production to delivery. This can lead to more efficient operations, cost savings, and enhanced control over product quality.
The acquisition by Gerflor is a significant milestone in Stagestep’s history, and it positions the company to continue its legacy of providing high-quality dance flooring solutions while benefiting from the resources and expertise of its new parent company.