Tech companies are paying $200 per hour to hire models for holiday parties — and they want cleavage and short-shorts

December 7, 2017
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Nothing’s worse than a boring holiday party, so the disruptors in Silicon Valley have found a way to spice up their soirees: by hiring pretty people to attend them, reports Bloomberg’s Sarah Frier.

Big companies and small startups alike are enlisting modeling agencies to send attractive women to attend corporate holiday parties this year, paying them as much as $200 per hour.

Some companies may also push the lines with these paid attendees — the CEO of Models in Tech told Bloomberg that she has to shoot down requests for “cleavage and short shorts.”

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