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Event Model Group

Talent • Makeup • Hair • Stylist


55 Progress Place Unit #6 Jackson 08527 New Jersey, United States
T. (888) 822 2364 F. (732) 343 7081
E. modelrun@eventmodelgroup.com

Event Model Group is a professional licensed modeling and talent agency dedicated to delivering superior model management services. The EMG team focuses on the details that are vital to producing the specific image of our clients marketing brand initiatives while fostering a dynamic business atmosphere.
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We specialize in print, fit, trade show, fashion, runway, commercial, and all aspects of modeling and talent services. We also offer a large selection of outgoing, enthusiastic...


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Female Models Need for
CHICAGO
MINNEAPOLIS
& HOUSTON
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Must have professional photographs

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Please email your headshot and one full body photo along with professional resume to

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modelrun@eventmodelgroup.com  

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Thank you,

Event Model Group, LLC

www.eventmodelgroup.com

 
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Know YOUR market

As a model, the best way to increase your chances for success is to evaluate yourself as a model properly and target that specific part of the market that best fits your features.

The two most popular and obvious types of models (and market sections) are "fashion" and "glamour" models (markets). Both have very well-defined specifications and requirements, that, unlike most models want to believe, are completely different from each other. And also the way those two markets operate is completely different - real fashion clients only work through agencies.

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