If I had to answer with one sentence, it would sound: completely different than in Poland. 😉 I am talking of course about the countries I am traveling to together with my team: Denmark, Norway, Germany, Sweden, Spain and Austria. Why do I choose these countries? Because only they are able to offer girls who are under my protection really great income.
Everything distinguishes them from Polish nightclubs: the aforementioned earnings, work culture, guests, promotion, as well as non-wage working conditions for dancers. Do you want to know more? Let me explain!
The atmosphere in the club
In clubs abroad, dancers are stars every evening and both the owners and clients of the club make them feel that way. Thanks to the friendly relations between the dancers and the cordial atmosphere, there is never a shortage of generous guests.
No financial penalties
Virtually every person in the entertainment industry has heard about the famous Cocomo club network in Poland. Financial penalties for dancers, cheating guests, the need to make a sale for a specific amount each evening … I will not comment on this, because it is simply not worth it. However, this explains the girls’ fears of working in clubs.
That is why I want to point out that in European clubs, where the dancers from my team and myself go, there are NO such situations. Girls never get financial penalties or have to sell specific amounts of alcohol, as is the case in Poland. And actually it is not the fault of Polish dancers, but the soulless system used here. The girl has a choice: she will either sell alcohol or get a financial penalty. There are no such rules abroad.
Earnings in clubs
The dancers earn in the currency of the country they go to, i.e. in euros or kronas. Examples of earnings for 1 evening in Germany start from a few hundred euros and end up even several thousand – there is no upper ceiling. It depends on the dancer how much she earns on a given day. Of course, these highest amounts occur mainly during weekends or when large events take place in a given city. Then more than usually willing people for good fun and generous guests come to the clubs.
Promotion of night clubs
Promoters with club leaflets? Not in Norway, Sweden, Denmark or Germany. There are completely different standards there.
Several times a month, dancers at the club’s expense have fun in the most expensive venues in the city. It’s their party: they enter the room accompanied by people with champagne and fireworks, catching everyone’s eyes. Their 4-5 hour fun is sponsored by a club that invests in talented dancers.
And leaflets? Forget it. 😉
Traveling in Europe
The girls in my team can travel freely between clubs across Europe, changing the city or country every month. They have full freedom, living on their own terms. Do you want to open the door to work that will not only guarantee high earnings, but also allow you to explore the world? Don’t wait, write to me! 🙂
Katarzyna Hajduk :*