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Visual merchandisers arrange goods and make displays in shops, shop windows and at events to attract the attention of customers.
Demonstrators show and explain goods and services to potential customers, and promote new lines of products and services.
Dancers entertain people by expressing ideas and emotions, usually to music, using body movements.
Models display and promote clothes or other goods on television, online, in magazines and advertising, and on catwalks at fashion shows.
Advertising specialists create, co-ordinate, plan and implement advertising campaigns to sell products or services for clients.
Artistic directors plan and direct the activities of performing arts organisations such as theatre and dance companies, and arts activities at festivals and venues.