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Commercial modelling

Good news! You don't have to be wafer thin to become a model! Not everyone is right for the catwalk, but that's fine - the modelling industry as a whole is open to people of all body types and sizes. The most important qualities are confidence, self-belief and the willingness to get involved and give it a try. Commercial models are asked to play roles and appeal to the general public.

Commercial modelling

The most common form of modelling is commercial modelling, where models advertise and represent products. Commercial models may be used to convey a certain image about a product. The good thing about modelling within this sector is that physical requirements vary depending on the client, assignment and product. Each individual product will require a different image, story and look in order to appeal to their target audience.

Commercial Modelling covers a broad spectrum of modelling and many model types it within this category.

We have had success since 1990 promoting and providing commercial models for clients such as Barclays, Heathrow Express, Odeon Cinemas, Sony, The National Trust, Unilever and many more.