Besides getting to keep up with what’s in vogue year after year, the best thing about planning corporate travel for fashion executives is getting to know their tastes and preferences. As my relationship with each client grows, I have a hand in making sure their itineraries are seamless. From the moment the plane departs to their first bite of an exquisite meal at a Michelin-starred restaurant, I take pleasure in knowing my clients’ every need is met and all expectations are exceeded.
Trust is a major factor between my clients and I. By telling me exactly what they need and what their corporate policies demand, I can arrange travel, international summits and more. Additionally, I get to learn their personal tastes, such as their favorite types of cuisine or what types of hotels they prefer. By making a note of what each person in my care is fond of, I can incorporate those selections into their future trips. I believe the little touches are what turn an average corporate trip into true luxury travel.
I take pride in making the impossible a reality for my clients. I arranged the international registration for the International Recycle Organization in 1983. Later, I went to Belgium for four months, working tirelessly to assist with a travel program taking place in Brussels. In the aftermath of the infamous Icelandic volcano eruption in 2010, almost 100,000 flights between the United States and Europe were cancelled. I did everything possible to get my clients home safely on the next available flights. Let me arrange your travel and I will keep your best interests in mind no matter what hurdles may come.