CloudCasting.jp, a Japanese job-matching site focused on the entertainment industry, has become a digital manager for freelance models and influencers who want to prevent contract default and trouble with outstanding payments.
Under the new cast protection initiatives launched on Tuesday, CloudCasting provides job-seekers with an option to allow the platform to deal with a company on their behalf. The service guarantees certainty of remuneration, which will be payable by CloudCasting, and saves them the hassle of generating invoices.
The site does not charge a service registration fee.
Operated by Tokyo-based Internet media business Bijin & Co., CloudCasting lets clients search for talent, make direct castings, exchange messages and data with cast members and reduce payment processing. It is a simple notification service for talent to manage offers and profiles. More than 8,000 offers are established via the platform annually.
Bijin & Co. also operates a matching service connecting female muses with advertisers at Muse-Party.com.