Recruitment firm targets UAE, inks deal to provide VIP butlers

Savoir Vivre says it is now working with VIP households, royal palaces, yacht and private jet owners in the UAE

VIP recruitment firm Savoir Vivre has announced that it has teamed up with the International Butler Academy to provide high-end domestic services across the UAE.

Savoir Vivre said in a statement that it is now working with VIP households, royal palaces, yacht and private jet owners and key hospitality figures in the country.

The company provides a range of services and staff to cater to all aspects of household management in need of au pairs, tutors, butlers, governesses, private chefs, elderly care, special care nurses, royal protocol, groom, concierge, florist, yacht and private jet personnel and other specific roles. 

The deal with the Academy will give Savoir Vivre clients in the UAE exclusive access to the world’s most highly trained and sought after butlers, the statement said.

“The butlers we will now be able to offer to UAE clients are the most specialised when it comes to housekeeping, serving and servicing. When it comes to manners and etiquette, these staff will be able to provide the ultimate high-end service,” said Katarina Janev, communications director of Savoir Vivre.

She said service personnel show high refinement and grace, and are multilingual. They are willing to relocate, travel and cater to any special needs that a client requests.

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