One Concierge Makes Hard-to-Get Gift Ideas, Easier with GiftVault.com
Boca Raton, FL, October 06, 2012 – One Concierge (http://www.oneconcierge.com), a luxury concierge and lifestyle management firm, today announced a new working relationship with GiftVault (http://www.giftvault.com), a luxury gift giving service. One Concierge frequently receives inquiries from around the world requesting gift ideas for both personal and corporate clients, and will utilize the offerings made available through this newly formed relationship to fulfill those requests. As GiftVault joins the One Concierge Network™, it will enhance One Concierge’s ability to serve clients in over 115 countries who wish to give gifts to their loved ones, co-workers/colleagues, and friends. With over 800 suppliers worldwide, GiftVault can offer One Concierge clients complete gifting ideas, packages and solutions no matter what the occasion or the need.
GiftVault.com is based in Mayfair, England, is the ultimate online destination for beautiful luxury gifts, and brings with it a staff that is extremely well versed in the media, venture capital, gemology, and luxury industries. The GiftVault Social Network makes buying the right gift for the right person easy and fun. GiftVault users share wishlists, gift ideas and experiences; upload videos; discuss how to make an occasion perfect; surprise friends with gifts without having to ask their shoe size; shop via Facebook; and post favorite products on their wall. Whether traditional or modern, from London to New York, GiftVault utilizes their wide range of product offerings and luxury capabilities to ensure clients are afforded only what they want and truly deserve. One Concierge is confident that clients in this area will enjoy top notch, unique, and professional gift giving assistance from GiftVault.com.
“GiftVault.com’s website says it all,” stated Dustyn Shroff, Chief Operating Officer, One Concierge. “GiftVault’s website is one of the most comprehensive lists of gift ideas available anywhere on the Internet, today. If you can’t find what you need on their website, ask them. If after you ask them and they can’t help you- what you need simply doesn’t exist!”