Ladies In Waiting

Elliott, Hannah
November 2010
Forbes Asia;Nov2010, Vol. 6 Issue 13, p116
The article profiles Concierge Services, a London, England-based lifestyle management company, which has the mission to fulfill the wish of an exclusive group of the wealthy and powerful women. Flora White, chief executive officer (CEO) of Concierge, states that as their clients are wealthy women, they employees are exclusively females who posses the skills required to predict and fulfill the most minute client needs. It is stated that firm has only 100 members who pays 20,000 dollars annually.


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