JOBS - HELP WANTED!
Do we need help?
Yes we do. We can use helping hands for building up before, and breaking down after the show, and we also need additional photographers, contest and door stewards, a videographer/video editor, and why not….an app developer.
Interested in joining the crew of this great event? Check out the jobs below, and reach out to us by using the contact form at the bottom of this page!
We need additional photographers for photos of the medal winning models.
Also if you’re a star in report photography please come forward.
We need both type of images for the WME 2020 book that will be released by Canfora Publishing later in 2020.
We also need photos of the medal winning models to be used in the slide show during the award ceremony.
With lots of models, lots medals can be expected, so additional photographers are essential.
Contact us via the form below.
Required on July 3-4-5
Videographer & Video Editor
Having some moving pictures of the event would be nice to have, don’t you agree?
We are looking for a videographer and/or a video editor willing to take on the task of making a nice video report of the 2020WME.
Up for the challenge? Please contact us via the form below.
Required on July 2 (optional), 3-4-5
Yes, that’s right, we would like to develop an app that visitors can use to find their way at the WME, find vendors and exhibitors on the floorplan and that shows the program per day.
The app is not intended to collect data, but merely to inform our visitors about what’s going on, where and when.
Are you interested in developing this for us? Let us know yesterday!
Contest and Door Stewards
At the contest area and at the exhibition showcases & displays we need stewards. Stewards work in 2-hour shifts and in case you are interested in helping out, please let us know.
As a steward you are expected to make sure that the models in the contest or in the exhibition are safe from curious hands, swinging rucksacks, dangling camera cords, tablets in between fragile models etc.
We also need door stewards. You’ll be checking all that want to pass through. These tasks will also be done in 2-hour shifts.
If you are not shy and willing do two 2-hour steward shifts over the weekend, please let us know.
Required on July 3-4-5
Build Up Crew
Not as heavy a job as it sounds.
Tables are already in place. What are we supposed to do then? Well, we have to put the contest displays together, including the lights, so a lot of assembly work. We also need to cover all tables with our black clothes, make sure all signs, banners and other small stuff and decoration is in place.
For this we could certainly use extra hands. Let us know if you’re an early bird and present at the venue on Thursday morning already. We start at 09:00 and especially the vendor tables need to be ready by lunchtime to receive the first vendors that come to build up their stands.
In fact, most of the work will be done around 15:00 already.
Lunch will be provided.
Required Thursday 2nd July from 09:00 until 17:00 hrs (max.)
Break Down Crew
For the last men or women standing!
We will break down the show on Sunday immediately after the awards ceremony, and will have an additional few hours, but only if necessary, on Monday morning.
Again, not a physically demanding job, but the more people we have, the faster we’re done.
The contest and the expo area will require the most work breaking down and can only commence after the displays are cleared after the award ceremony on Sunday.
The rest of the show is always cleared rather fast.
Let us know if you’re willing to help out, especially if you’re still around on Monday.
Required Sunday 5th July from appr. 15:30 until 20:00 hrs