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  • Ten makes London a playground for the super-rich
  • Ten makes London a playground for the super-rich
    Lena Vasiljeva, Creative Commons (2015) ©
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Ten Group: a luxury lifestyle concierge serving London’s UHNWIs

Ever wanted an elephant at your party? Or maybe a private Jessie Ware gig? It’s never too big an ask of the Ten Group – the global leader in lifestyle concierge services. But why has demand for these services grown so rapidly? And how’s this changing relationships between businesses and UHNWIs?

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Ever wanted an elephant at your birthday party? Or maybe an exclusive private performance by Jessie Ware? Whatever the request, it’s never too big an ask of the Ten Group – the global leader in lifestyle concierge services.

Considering that the UK’s concierge sector was worth £30 million annually in 2010, and likely to have grown since, it’s little wonder that the Ten’s business is booming as it provides the playground for the ultra-rich. [1] Why has demand for lifestyle concierges grown so rapidly in the last decade? And how’s this changing relationships between businesses and ...

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