That's most certainly how champs are produced. luxury lifestyle management. Initially introduced in 2000, in the heart of the UK in London, the Quintessentially Group is among the world's foremost high-end concierge services with offices in 63 cities from worldwide, and 33 sister business that offer an intricate network of access to the world's most exclusive brand names and experiences. The brain child of co-founders, Aaron Simpson, Ben Elliot and Paul Drummond, the Quintessentially Group's well-to-do and in-the-know worldwide fixers provide an all-access pass to the elite searching for preferential treatment and white-glove service in every element of home entertainment, travel and commerce.
The business's client list is huge and filled with stars and notable people throughout numerous fields, yet they stay tight-lipped about particular names citing the importance their clients hold for privacy and discretion. With a typical net worth of $5 million dollars and up, the company is accustomed to handling those that require and expect the very finest of the finest. Quintessentially's innovation and on-demand services platform also provide it a cutting-edge benefit in a marketplace filled with upmarket providers. From dining establishment appointments, to VIP gain access to at occasions and clubs, luxury travel, everyday errands, unique lifestyle experiences, relocation services and even home management alternatives, the business uses a wide range of alternatives in three distinct tiers of subscription that range anywhere from $5,500 annually for a standard subscription, to $45,000 annually for the elite level.
While average invests from customers per request hover around the $1500 mark, a number of their members have actually been understood to invests numerous countless dollars, to upwards of a million dollars and more, on a single demand. Some of the most extravagant demands that the company has actually filled has been: Closing the Sydney Harbor Bridge to enable a member to propose to his bride-to-be Scheduling dinner on an iceberg Flying a member's dog in convenience on a personal jet Organizing a complete James Bond experience that consisted of a kidnapping on the streets of London Claire Kennedy began her journey in the luxury travel industry in 2002 while working for American Express Centurion in the United Kingdom, the purveyors of the so-called Black Card.
Nevertheless, it wasn't purely a business relationship that she had actually formed with the business's card members; a lot of them had actually become her highest-esteemed pals. This ended up being apparent to Kennedy when she took maternity leave from her task in 2012, at the exact same time that 2 of her associates had chosen to start their own venture called, Knightsbridge Circle, which attracted a few of the highest-net-worth people in the world. In 2013, Kennedy signed up with Knightsbridge Circle, a team highly-devoted to offering the finest travel services and experiences that cash could purchase, bringing with her the strong relationships she had developed from over a years of service to a few of the most elite customers from around the world.
Today, Knightsbridge Circle caters only to a choose group of customers that have an eye-watering average net worth of $800 million dollars, with an annual membership charge of approximately $25,000. Nevertheless, do not anticipate to easily join this closely-knit circle. This special, invitation-only concierge service has a long and remarkable waiting list. Yet, for those that do manage to sign up with the fray and enter into the most ultra-exclusive concierge business in the world, they can anticipate to profit of such a highly-esteemed team of travel lovers and anything-goes experts. A few of the most outlandish types of demands ever filled by the Knightsbridge Circle team consist of the following: Renewal of wedding promises by the Pope himself Private viewing of the U.K.'s Crown Jewels in Tower Bridge Arranging a personal supper for guests before Leonardo Da, Vinci's 'The Last Dinner,' at the Dominican Convent Playing a round of golf and delighting in a private supper with a former champion at Augusta's National during the Masters Personal routine carried out by Monks at the Grand Temple in Bangkok for a member A supreme weekend in a Beverly Hills stretching estate that included dinner prepared by the acclaimed chef, Daniel Boulud with home entertainment by Jennifer Lopez and a late-night DJ session performed by none other than the superstar, Avicii.