Corporate Concierge Services:
Concierge can be uniformed in look and style of the building
Services can include part time or full time coverage to suit your budget i.e. (10 am-2 pm or 9 am-5 pm Mon-Fri)
Services can be provided for executives only – or for all building tenants
Dedicated and branded email and phone line for tenants to access their concierge easily
Picking up lunches/ office party supplies/ Costco runs
Picking up/ dropping off dry cleaning
Dropping off items at the post office/UPS/FedEx
Store purchases/returns/gift shopping
Car services (carwash, oil change, etc)
Help with office parties from planning to implementation
General errands such as shoe repair, jewelry repair, grocery runs
Reservations & travel arrangements
Brand and Relationship Building
Setting up and promotion of awareness events
Monthly newsletters/Special event flyers
Seasonal gift-wrapping/holiday card addressing
Negotiating exclusive service fees with local vendors and service providers for building tenants such as dry cleaners, gyms, bakeries, florists, Sees Candy, Sprinkles Cupcakes, etc. through our strategic partnerships
What Our Clients Say About Us
“Dear Sherri, I want to express a sincere thank you for all the help your services have provided to me personally, as well as our office. We are so grateful that Heather has been available (even at a moment’s notice) to pick up personal and catered lunches for our staff.
She also goes to Sprouts every Monday to bring fresh fruit to our office, as well as ice. She also drops off and picks up dry cleaning among many other items.
These services have saved me an immeasurable amount of time and provides me more time to focus on my daily tasks and allow me to take care of my personal tasks with no stress. Heather handles all of our returns to stores as well as picks up orders I’ve placed. This was especially helpful during the holidays. Not only did I have to shop for my family of 5, but also for our staff of 42.
I cannot stress enough the importance and value of having a concierge in our building.”Shelley M. Crawford