New York—After the country’s “grand debut” during the Olympics, traveling and doing business in China has become more of a productive and rewarding experience than in the past, but there are still a host of not only logistical, but cultural, challenges that may arise daily. According to Ambassador Concierge founder (and former chairman of Carey International Limousine and the World Travel & Tourism Council)Vincent A. Wolfington, “ While many local guide and assistant services provide knowledgeable staff, most aren’t trained to be in sync with a Western mindset.”
Formed as the premier executive concierge service in China, Ambassador Concierge provides expert liaisons in Beijing and Shanghai that not only provide typical translation and business services, but can also serve as cultural guides, door openers to exclusive restaurants, travel logistic experts, facilitators for private art viewings….any number of above-and-beyond concierge services high-powered executives or elite family travelers would need on a visit to China’s key cities.
“Our training program is approved and has been integrated into the curriculum of Tsinghua University, one of mainland China’s most prestigious,” Wolfington added. With comprehensive training aimed at orienting local, knowledgeable concierge staff with the needs and expectations of high-end Western travelers, Ambassor Concierge can offer a spectrum of services: From time-saving airport greetings to fashion-forward personal shopping trips to seamless business etiquette services.
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