Monday, February 20, 2017

Modelling As a Career: Service Oriented Or Business Oriented

Modelling is such a career that perhaps one of every 5 of the youth dreams of getting in. Some of them might be serious enough to a bit of research about it and try contacting some modelling agencies to take the first step towards this dream, while for others this dream just ends up being a dream itself and they get carried away as per what their professional curriculum and educational background drives them. Well for those who are really serious about pursuing modelling as their primary career should understand certain depths of this concept.
One must analyse what modelling really means to them personally and professionally. This in turn needs them to think what to expect and what not to expect in here. Most of the budding models and modelling aspirants make the mistake of defining modelling as their job and expect income to flow from the very first month of getting hired like most of their friends placed in MNCs might be doing. This is wrong concept. Modelling is more of a business platform where the model itself is the business owner. Just like one needs to invest, work hard right from the scratch in order to grow and nurture a business, a model needs to invest time working on their portfolio and rectify their poses and looks as per the advices they receive from their mentors. One cannot expect the income to flow from day one, but have patience until the best part of you as a model is noticed in the industry and you finally hit the jack with the offer that acts as a turning point in your career.
Another attribute of modelling career that justifies it as a business is that the model needs to know the market and their needs and groom themselves accordingly. One needs to know what exactly is the market looking for. Let’s say if there’s a company that sells women shoes, it would need some beautiful models with good looking legs upon which their product would look even more trendy. Also the model should overally have a good personality so that they can designate them as their brand promoter. So, keeping these facts of business in mind one needs to groom as well as market themselves through the best possible photo shoots and portfolio in order to get noticed well and thus get the best possible deal to work for a brand.


Though modelling industry seems to be difficult to penetrate, with proper market research and grooming with expert advice one can easily build a promising career. Its more like a business that might seem to be difficult in the beginning, but reaps the sweetest fruits once properly established. 

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