Productions Plus—The Talent Shop is adding
employees while its owner is in line to start collecting awards.
Bingham Farms-based talent agency has made three hires and signed 1,000
new clients (or talent, such as models) so far this year. It now
employs 56, plus a couple of summer interns. It manages 15,000 talent
clients. It’s looking to add more employees in its theatrical and events
divisions later this year.
This growth comes after the agency acquired
another firm last year. It is now looking at more acquisitions,
expanding its customer list, and growing the work from its current
“We are looking at all three opportunities,” says
Margery Krevsky, owner and CEO of Productions Plus—The Talent Shop.
is up for an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award for the
diversification and management of her business of 29 years. The company
has developed cosmetics and wardrobe lines for its talent and has 27
spas across the country.
Krevsky also wrote a book last year, Sirens
of Chrome. The piece follows the story of auto show models and what
they mean to both the modeling and auto industries.
Margery Krevsky, owner and CEO of Productions Plus—The Talent Shop