About the Author - Keys to Starting and Operating a Concierge Business

Written by Janet Slater, a 20 year veteran still active in the hospitality industry. Janet currently operates her own corporate and residential concierge services for several properties in Las Vegas and Arizona. Her valuable knowledge learned over the years is now compiled in this book.

"For a long time now, I have wanted to put together a guide for entrepreneurial concierges, both apprentices and experts. So many have approached me for employment or advice on how to start their own service. Now, with assistance from peers in the industry, this book is available to anyone who wants to branch off into concierge service ownership. It has been a truly rewarding experience for me. I feel so fortunate to have found a way to build personal and financial wealth doing something I enjoy.

This is a great time for a concierge business or errand business startup. In many areas where there is significant development in the luxury market (residential and commercial), you will find increasing opportunity for concierge service providers. I remember my first job as a residential concierge, which helped me start a concierge business from home. The knowledge I acquired while employed by an established concierge business set the groundwork for my long-term career as a concierge business entrepreneur and author.

It is my pleasure to share with you everything you need to know to not only start a concierge business, but also how to operate a successful one!"

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Did You Know... Owning a Personal Concierge Business Makes You More Employable?

Owning a concierge or errand service can offer more advantages than increased income. For starters, you enhance your resume portfolio easily by 70%. How? By demonstrating your problem-solving talents to service your customers, you prove your value as a major asset to any employer.

Through your business, you provide a vast array of services to benefit your clients. Most of the time, you wear many hats as coordinator, manager, customer service, executive assistant, administrator and ambassador, just to name a few. But remember that each time you switch hats, you prove your ability to excel at multiple types of tasks. Potential employers place a premium on candidates who can switch gears at sudden notice, and do so gracefully. So, the next time you're updating your resume, do not hesitate to include the abundant responsibility you carry not only as a business owner, but also as a pet caregiver or travel advisor and coordinator, or miracle worker!

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