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Winner of April Photogenic Contest goes to Chiamaka Anaso

Winner of April Photogenic Contest goes to Chiamaka Anaso

Winner of April Photogenic Contest goes to Chiamaka Anaso

We present to you the winner of the just concluded April Online photogenic contest, Chiamaka Anaso as she won the N30,000.  Anyaorah Elizabeth and Okorie Margaretmary won official T-shirt with other benefits.
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Interested applicants who wish to join the agency as a model, aspiring model, usher, dancer, music artiste, makeup-artists, comedian etc or want to participate on the upcoming contest should visit www.talentboats.com/agency/register for more details.

TOP 10 CONTESTANTS

1
Anaso Chiamaka
VOTE: 5491
2
Anyaorah Elizabeth
VOTE: 5318
     
3
Okorie Margaretmary
VOTE: 3402
     
4
Amadiegwu Loretta
VOTE: 876
     
5
Okon Maria
VOTE: 870
     
6
Nwoye Carine
VOTE: 740
     
7
Odeta Glory
VOTE: 687
     
8
Agudo Miracle
VOTE: 615
     
9
Blessing Sunday
VOTE: 599
     
10
Okoye Promise
VOTE: 585

TYPES OF TALENT BOAT AGENCY CONTRACT AGREEMENT

There are generally three types of Talent Boat model contracts; the exclusive contract, the non-exclusive contract, and a mother agency agreement.

1. An exclusive contract means that the Talent Boat agency is your exclusive representative and they get a commission on any work you do. Talent Boat get this commission whether we find the work or you find it on your own using the agency name. If you sign this kind of contract, be sure the Talent Boat agency is really going to be working for you. If they are providing a lot of guidance getting your career started and are out there beating the bushes to find work for you, this type of contract is fine and have a lots of membership benefits.

2. The non-exclusive modeling contract means that if Talent Boat agency finds you work, we get paid a commission. If you find work on your own you pay us nothing. You are free to sign non- exclusive contracts with other modeling agencies. This way you might have several agencies representing you at once. Don’t expect the same service and help from a non-exclusive as an exclusive.

3. This type of contract is used when Talent Boat agency knows there is not enough work locally to support you over the long term. Talent Boat position is to move you on to a major market and get you signed with a major modeling agency. Talent Boat may get you work locally but it is more with the idea of getting you ready for the major market. Note: For helping prepare you and helping to place you with a top international modeling agency, Talent Boat get a percent of your earnings for a long time to come. You in essence never leaves the Talent Boat agency; we are just loaned out to the top agencies. This can be an attractive arrangement because Talent Boat will invests time and money in your career and gets you on with top money making agencies, but make sure you are making the right decision for you if you are offered this type of contract.

 

Talent Boat is an agency in Nigeria committed to recruit, hire, develop and procure jobs for its employees/members worldwide.

We promote talents and help members secure the right job around the world. Every job secured has a commission attached to it based on a contract agreement with members, meaning that members pay a sating amount of money to Talent Boat once a job is secured.

Talent Boat accepts both males and females with different talents irrespective of their locations e.g. Models, Dancers, DJ, Comedian/MC, Bouncers, Fashion Designers, Photographers, Music Artiste, Makeup Artists, Hair Stylist, Bakers, and Decorators.

 

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CLOTHING SIZES: HOW TO KNOW YOUR CLOTH SIZES

CLOTHING SIZES: HOW TO KNOW YOUR CLOTH SIZES

We started a project aimed at helping you pick the right sizes. Unfortunately, our research showed that it’s hard to find two people in the clothing industry that agree on anything. Every manufacturer has differently sized patterns and a different understanding of what the size numbers and letters mean. Really crazy!

After lurking in various department stores and pattern departments we realized it wasn’t our imagination, or just the vendors we deal with. In any case, what we show below are what we decided to be “normal” or average representations of sizes in general based on weights and measurements of the average medians (got that?). Use it as kind of a guide or starting point, just remember that we get blanks from all over, and the vendors don’t necessarily conform to the charts below. Also, “normal” sized stuff shrinks if not pre-shrunk so you have to allow for the shrinkage when ordering. A very few vendors “cut oversize to allow for shrinkage”. This means that after shrinkage, they should fall into the appropriate size ranges, depending on that vendor’s interpretation. We mark those items with a “cut over-sized” icon. When we realized, though, how much variation there was, we decided to measure everything we carry, before shrinkage, and you will see those measurements on all of our clothing – use that when you need to have a more specific fit, and don’t forget to allow for shrinkage!

That’s the deal. Confused? Join the club. Anyway, we hope it helps.

WE WONDER HOW MUCH IT SHRINKS?

Cotton shrinks! This fact is reported to have been discovered by the ancient Egyptians and has been confirmed by countless distraught women through the ages. You can figure about 3-5% in width and 8-12% in length depending on the type, weight & knit. Sharp changes in temperature cause more shrinkage than gradual changes. High agitation washing machines cause more shrinkage than gentle hand washing. Preshrunk goods shrink less, but still shrink. “Compacted Cotton” has been scrunched up between rollers so that there is built in extra length in the fibers so it seems to shrink less. Some big name T-shirt manufacturers call their T-shirts pre-shrunk, but they are actually only compacted, and have never been washed.

Allow for the shrinkage! In some garments, this means buying a size larger. If the item is “cut oversize to allow for shrinkage” then it will be big at first, and then shrink down to the size on the label. In the end, we have to leave it you to judge the right size to buy.

JUNIOR WOMEN’S SIZES:
Junior sizes run a size smaller than Missy or Ladies, are cut closer fitting and are cut shorter to fall at or above the waist for tops and at or below the waist for bottoms. Adults buying Jr. sizes should buy one size larger than usual.
Size: Chest: Waist: Hips:
Small 3-5 32-33″ 24-25″ 34-35″
Medium 7-9 34-35″ 26-27″ 36-37″
Large 11-13 36-37″ 28-29″ 38-39″
WOMEN’S SIZES:
Size: Chest: Waist: Hips:
Small 4-6 34-35″ 25-26″ 35-36″
Medium 8-10 36-37″ 27-28″ 37-38″
Large 12-14 38-39″ 29-30″ 39-41″
XLarge 16-18 41-43″ 32-34″ 42-44″
2XLarge 18-20 43-45″ 34-36″ 44-46″
T-SHIRT SIZES
(Men’s or Unisex Sizes)
Size: Chest:
Small: 34-36″
Medium: 38-40″
Large: 42-44″
XLarge: 46-48″
2XLarge: 50-52″
3XLarge: 54-56″
SHORTS & PANTS
(Unisex Sizes)
Size: Waist:
Small: 28-30″
Medium: 32-34″
Large: 36-39″
XLarge: 40-44″
INFANT SIZES
Size: Pounds: Length:
XSmall Newborn-3 mo. 0-12 lbs. to 24″
Small 6 months 13-17 lbs. 25-26″
Medium 12 months 18-22 lbs. 27-29″
Large 18 months 23-26 lbs. 30-32″
XLarge 24 months 27-30 lbs. 33-37″
TODDLER SIZES
(Sizes Correspond To Age)
Size: Pounds: Height: Chest:
2T 25-33 33-37″ 21″
4T 34-38 37-42″ 23″
CHILDREN AND YOUTH SIZES
(Sizes Roughly Correspond To Age)
Size: Height: Chest: Waist:
6 42-46″ 24-25″ 22″
8 50-52″ 27″ 23″
10 53-56″ 28-29″ 24″
12 56-59″ 30″ 25″
14 60-62″ 31-32″ 26″
16 63-64″ 33″ 27″
XSmall 2-4 35-41″ 21-23″ 20-21″
Small 6-8 46-52″ 24-27″ 22-23″
Medium 8-10 50-56″ 27-29″ 23-24″
Large 10-12 53-59″ 29-30″ 24-25″
XLarge 14-16 60-64″ 31-33″ 26-27″