Aspiring Models, Bartenders, Waitstaff of the Attractive Kind! Staffing and Promotion at Venus Models Online Tuesday, Jul 22 2008 

Have you thought of being a model at trade shows around the world? Looking for the ultimate dream job bartending for trade shows and special events? Venus Models Online provides those jobs to you. Venus Models Online is a staffing company for the Attractive at heart and soul! Be a part of our fabulous Agency.

Venus Services:

Competitive pay


Jobs on call

Your dream Job

Venus Models Online helps you get the jobs you need and can’t find anywhere else. Special events in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Miami, Atlantic City, Los Angeles, Detroit, New York City, Chicago, Boston, and many more!

If you have a special event and are having problems with current contracts contact for help with your projects, Trade Shows, and Special Events!

Until Next Time,


Venus Models Online/Bartender Staffing/Promotional Models Sunday, Jul 20 2008 

Venus Models Online/Bartender Staffing/Promotional Models

Venus Models Online would like to provide you with more tips for you next special event.
1.) Plan ahead
2.) When booking bartenders, and or trade show models be sure you pick a back up also be sure your back ups are on standby

Venus Models Online provides special event staffing, trade show models at bartender staffing in over 100 cities.

We provide trade show, promotional event, bartender and beverage service staffing, for your special events in over 100 cities including Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Dallas, New York City, Detroit, Orange County and many more!

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Until next time!

Modeling Tips: Finding an Agent Thursday, Jul 10 2008 

Breaking into the world of modeling is quite a challenge in todays competitive world. However there are some things you can do to not only improve your chances in finding a good agent but also to protect yourself when you find one. Finding an agent shouldn’t be all about if they will accept you; you must be satisfied with them as well.

Below are a few tips to help you out:

Tip 1: Build a suitable portfolio- This is a very important step. Any agency you go too will want to see your portfolio. Setting up quality head shots will help them see you. Make sure they are taken with mild make-up and they are able to see your face clearly. It is important not to overdo them it will be hard for the agent to see the working template if there is too much or your face is hidden.

Tip 2: Be Persistent- This is important because there will be many “Rejections” in your search. You must understand that just because you are not suitable for one agent doesn’t mean you are not perfect for the next. Keeping high spirits will make it easier to move to the next prospective agent.

Tip 3: Find an Agent You are Comfortable with- Learning to be confident in yourself and not settling is another important step. Find an agent you feel comfortable working with take your time and remember you are placing your career in their hands.

Tip 4: Make sure your Interests are Protected– Quite often when someone places a contract before us we are so excited we don’t read it thoroughly. Be sure you take your time and don’t rush into it. If you are not sure about the contract take it to a lawyer have them read it. If they are a good agent they will understand.

Take your modeling seriously and don’t rush it. It will come just have the confidence and don’t settle for what looks good!

Until next time,

Modeling Tips 101: Searching for an Agent Sunday, Jul 6 2008 

Making the decision to become a model is a big one for many. The truth is entering this world without the proper representation can mean a loss of good talent. Ensuring you have the best possible agent in your corner can do wonders for your career!

Here are a few tips to help you determine the right agent for you:

Tip 1: Determine what area of modeling you are interested in: There are many sections, or areas of modeling you can work in. Not all agents are good for every area. Find out what you are comfortable doing before you start looking for an agent. This will help you determine who you need to contact.

A Few Categories are:

Commercial model-

Magazine Model

Events Model

Runway Model

Tip 2: Find out what agents are best in your field- You want to research what agents in your area are the best. There are many ways you can do this. The Internet can provide you a wealth of information at the click of your fingers. Searching your favorite models in your field and finding out who represents them, or just searching “Agents” can give you the heads up on your industry.

Tip 3: Make sure the modeling agent you choose is right for you- Not all agents are good matches with everyone. If you don’t feel comfortable with them don’t use them. Try to contact them…ask questions see how they react to your questions. Getting a feel for the agent before you make any decisions is best.

* Note- Do not sign anything until you know you are comfortable with them!

Overall the decision is up to you on who you decide to go with. Just remember that you should be comfortable with them! Don’t let anyone pressure you into signing with them! Try to have a lawyer that can read all the contracts before you sign them and explain them to you…if your not sure make sure to ask!

If you are looking for a good agent and are interested in Event & Shows modeling visit: for more information!

Until next time ,

Smile for the Camera!



Venus Staffing/Event Staffing Tips Thursday, Jul 3 2008 

Venus Staffing has been in the business for 7 years booking talent. I would like to talk to you today about having a successful special event when you’re giving a trade show, promotional event, or any special event.

With me being well versed in the business, I know most of my clients have big complaints about other agencies.

The biggest complaint I get from my customers when booking talent through other agencies they get a lot of no call no shows. This gives an event planner decrees in the success of the event. To avoid no call no shows I have some tips for you. When booking talent with companies do these things

1. Make sure you make it very clear to your booking agent it is very important that each model/talent show up to work on time
2. Ask your agent or agency if the staff provided is under contract with them this will decrees the level of no shows.
3.  Ask your booking agent is there anything in place in the agreement where the talent pays a fine if he or she does show up for work ( this gives the talent an incentive to show up for work)

Tips providing by Venus Staffing