It’s the age-old question… OK, well not age-old but still a good question!
You’re hosting an event. Do you need a brand ambassador, a promotional model, or a spokesmodel? Let’s help you figure it out by defining each below.
What is a Brand Ambassador?
In short, a brand ambassador is an individual hired by a company to raise brand awareness and spread brand positivity.
What Does a Brand Ambassador DO?
The number one goal for a brand ambassador is to create a fun, memorable experience for consumers. This can be achieved both on and offline. Over the years, however, social media has become an integral part of a brand ambassador’s role.
Some roles and responsibilities that a brand ambassador might be faced with can include:
- Engaging consumers, exciting them about the mission, and elevating the brand message
- Sparking word-of-mouth about the brand
- Instilling brand education
- Donning branded uniforms or costumes to drive brand awareness
- Conducting product demos
- Distributing marketing materials
Interested in learning more? Read our article “What Does It Mean to be a Brand Ambassador?” for more information.
What is a Promotional Model?
A promotional model is hired by a business to draw in an audience at high-traffic live events. These individuals are experts in face-to-face marketing, also known as live marketing.
You will find promotional models working at trade shows, conventions, promotional events, corporate events, and even sporting events, concerts, and festivals!
What Does a Promotional Model DO?
After grabbing a prospect or consumer’s attention, it is a promotional model’s job to:
- Increase product or service awareness
- Provide product or service information
- Serve as an extension of the brand, and
- Create a lasting, positive impression
What is a Spokesmodel?
Last but certainly not least, we have spokesmodels! What is a spokesmodel? Similar to a spokesperson, who is defined as “a person who speaks as the representative of a group or organization,” a spokesmodel helps reinforce the image a brand is trying to create.
By definition, a spokesmodel is “an attractive or otherwise appealing person who is hired to speak on behalf of a company or product.” This might be for print, video, magazine, or television commercials.
What Does a Spokesmodel DO?
Typically, a spokesmodel will work product demonstrations, launch parties, and other public relations events to confirm their endorsement in public.
Having a spokesmodel for your brand can help:
- Increase brand credibility
- Bolster awareness
- Catch prospective attention, and even
- Rejuvenate your brand
Why? We provide the very best in live event staffing and experiential marketing for conventions, trade shows, specialty events, promotional staffing, and more. When you need quality, professional, friendly staff, 360x is your solution.