Startup is easy, overhead is low, and demand is high for personal concierges. This home-based business requires very little to get started—no more than a phone and business cards. This guide covers finding clients, choosing what services to offer, setting fees, obtaining vendor services, selling and marketing the business, advertising, customer service, and legal, accounting and insurance issues.
In this edition, experts reveal new ways to gain the competitive edge and inexpensive, creative ways to build a client base. Plus, gain additional support from updated sample forms, checklists and worksheets.
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Turn Your Can-Do Attitude Into Cash
Are you a pro at multi-tasking? Do you thrive on deadlines and love a good challenge? Could you find satisfaction in lending others a hand? If so, you’re in high demand in the booming personal concierge industry.
Offering easy startup and low overhead, a personal concierge helps clients with everyday tasks from organizing to shopping. Led by our experts, learn how to successfully establish your business, develop your service list, build a client base, and even, expand. Plus, uncover the secrets of practicing entrepreneurs, gaining priceless insight, advice, and tricks on managing common and difficult requests.
Learn how to:
Make the right contacts to find great business and individual clients
Identify and develop your service niche
Choose what services to offer
Set fees and collect payment
Build vendor relationships
Cost-effectively promote and advertise your service
Build loyalty and referrals among your clients
Sample forms, additional resources, checklists and work sheets guide you through every step of the startup process.
You have what it takes to be an in-demand personal concierge let us help you get started and succeed!
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