Ten Lifestyle Concierge, the market leader in corporate and private concierge worldwide, has offered Apprentice runner up, Helen Milligan a £100k role it its business development team.
Alex Cheatle, CEO of Ten Lifestyle Concierge said: “Although Helen’s plan for a concierge service was rejected by Lord Sugar’s team on the grounds that she didn’t have the contacts to work in this area, I was impressed that she saw the potential of the sector. It’s a growing market. We’re growing at an average rate of 47% a year and we’re currently recruiting to 50 roles. We need good, well-organised managers to help manage our expansion in the UK, which is why I would like to offer Helen a job with Ten.
“And as for having the right contacts, that’s our area of strength. Our restaurant experts can absolutely get you a table by the window at the Ivy.” Cheatle added