Personal Services for the 1%

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Personal Services for the 1%

Personal Services of the rich and famous

By Colleen Kane Posted 12 Dec. 2012 at CNBC.COM

In the past, the wealthy employed staff including a butler, cook, driver and gardener. Many household jobs have since evolved – a butler can now be a woman in business casual, and the role of the chef can be outsourced to a specialty cook living outside the home.

And then there are other personal services that were never even dreamed of in the Gilded Age. Here are some personal services for the contemporary one percent.

  1. Pet Chef
  2. Baby Stylist
  3. Tanning Butler
  4. Gourmet Meal Delivery
  5. Maternity Concierge
  6. Luxury Matchmaking
  7. Personal Shopper
  8. Home Manicurist
  9. Home Massage
  10. Personal Concierge

As documented in the Over the Top Concierge Services, the role of the concierge, once restricted to hotel lobbies, has transformed into the private (and corporate) sectors, with personal concierges often playing roles similar to the personal assistant.

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