Quintessentially is bringing its luxury concierge service to Western Australia where its dedicated and experienced team will be on hand to cater to the every whim of WA’s time poor community.
With a reputation for accessing the inaccessible, Quintessentially prides itself on providing a passport to the very best that life has to offer – from travel, restaurants, hotels and spas to fulfilling outlandish requests that will create life-long memories for their members.
According to Quintessentially Australia’s National Director Belinda Yabsley, the expansion into WA is in response to the growing number of people employed in the mining, resources and management sectors with high disposable incomes but little time to make the best of their assets.
“Our expansion into Western Australia is a natural response to membership growth and a demand for our services amongst Perth’s time-poor society. We’ve identified a clear gap in the market for our services and look forward to helping our new member’s lead a more organised and exciting lifestyle with access to the best in quality lifestyle choices”, said Ms Yabsley.
Quintessentially has been servicing their members across Australia for during the past three years and has an enviable list of celebrity advocates – including Hollywood movie stars Scarlett Johannson and Sharon Stone, entrepreneur Richard Branson and pop queen Madonna – many of whom are personally cared for by Quintessentially founder, Ben Elliott, most commonly known as the nephew of Camilla Parker Bowles.
Armed with a global address book that spans the very best in cuisine, hotels, bespoke experiences, shops and services, the Quintessentially team is on hand 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to fulfil any member request. With over 2500 staff, speaking 35 languages around the globe, the recent opening of the Perth office officially marks the 63rd office globally for this esteemed brand that is continually named the ‘number one concierge service in the world’.
“We make a commitment to our members like no other club”, said Ms Yabsley.
“From the practical issues of finding that special gift and booking a table for dinner to sourcing front row tickets and closing the Sydney Harbour Bridge for a marriage proposal – we are experts in our field and are committed to making a difference to the lives of our members”.
“The launch of Quintessentially in WA is a pivotal moment in the success of the brand here in Australia. There are a huge number of executives, managers and employees in WA who simply don’t have the time to make those important lifestyle choices. We are here to help them experience life in the best possible way and look forward to an exciting future for Quintessentially in WA” said Ms Yabsley.
The arrival of Quintessentially will be celebrated with an official VIP launch in October, the details of which will be announced at a later date.