What Does a Concierge Do?

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A concierge is a French word used to refer to a person who lives on the premises of an apartment building or a hotel and serves guests with duties similar to those of a butler.
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A concierge is an employee who performs similar duties similar to those of a butler and lives on the premises of an apartment building or a hotel. A concierge must do their efficiently and with a touch of class.
A concierge is the warden of a house, prison or castle; the title of a high official in France and other European states, who is in charge of a royal palace. It can also refer to a doorkeeper or porter for a building especially a block of flats.
A concierge a French caretaker of apartments or a hotel who lives on the premises and oversees people entering and leaving, he also handles mail and acts as janitor. He or she can also be an employee living in the premises of an apartment or a hotel and serves as a general property caretaker; the term is mainly common amongst French.
A concierge is an employee who lives on the premises of an apartment building or a hotel and serves guests with duties similar to those of a butler. The concierge also acts as a go-between for residents and management, when management is not on-site.
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On average, a concierge makes $27,000 to $90,000 a year. It varies depending on if you are self-employed or if you are contracted under a company. For example: ...
Start a concierge service by lining up a list of the services to offer, like laundry service or errands. Make a list of the businesses to work with and add pricing ...
The National Concierge Association grants voting and non-voting memberships. To apply for membership as a NCA Concierge you must have a proven title of concierge ...
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