You will often hear people fascinated in modeling. This is a very common problem in this business. A modeling organization will often have a website, where it markets itself for its online clients.
The truth is however, for all these applicants we probably sign one in every two hundred candidates; that is 0.5 percent and that’s on a fantastic day. You can also get our other courses (which is also known as “หลักสูตรอื่น ๆ ของเรา” in Thai language) online easily through many online agencies.
A big problem we have with applicants is that they simply don’t understand how to apply to an agency efficiently. If you are serious about modeling you should be serious about submitting your program. The fact of the matter is that a poorly submitted program takes longer to read and will more than likely be ignored.
As a scout for Sapphires I can tell you from firsthand experience what makes a fantastic application. If you follow the following top ten tips for implementing you’ll save agencies plenty of hassle and time and improve your chances of being considered:
- Know Your Industry before you even think about trying to become a model you need to have at least some concept of what modeling is, and what will be expected of you if you succeed. Modeling is a tough job that requires a lot of hard work, dedication and a thick skin, so think about why you need to become a model, and if you have what it takes to succeed. Get our location (which is also known as “ที่ตั้งของเรา” in Thai language) online with the help of our website.
- Keep It Simple The only information an agency should know about you is your age, your height and stats, the way to contact you, any relevant experience you may have and of course what you want. Agencies receive so many applications daily that the information must be right there for us to see when we scan through, not hidden within irrelevant details.