MANASSASS, VA, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - In line with its new strategy The Breitinger Agency is recruiting elite models for its growing client base. The Agency has taken the initiative to build upon its history and target the high end of the market for both female and male models. The Agency intends to recruit models of the stature of Yvan, already with The Breitinger Agency, who appears in the latest Shakira video.
Historically the Agency aimed for $500,000 USD annual revenue as the bench mark, but through the recent acquisition and associated benefits, they have lifted the bar to $1M annual turnover. The agency has already agreed to provide models for 8000inc corporate events which include a ground breaking music festival and sporting events. These events will require 150 models totalling approximately 4000 model session.
Through the revised plans and strategy, the Agency will charge a 15% of the fee from the models plus 15% from the client making the business model extremely effective and profitable. Based on the requirements of 8000inc alone during the next 9 months, the typical elite model fee of $500 USD minimum per session equates to revenue of $2,000,000 with fees direct to the Agency of $600,000. These results only take into account the requirement of 8000inc and not the existing and building client list of the Agency. The new recruiting requirements are available on the company web site www.thebreitingeragency.com.
Nicole Breitinger said, "The plans now in place are making the strategy a reality. By becoming part of the 800inc brand, not only have we gained access to support and funding but we have a built in demand for our services. From my perspective, this is the perfect environment and the more exposure we get through the corporate activities of 8000inc, the more interest we will gain from prospective and existing clients. This truly is an exciting time for all involved".
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SOURCE 8000 Inc.