Using an errand service will unclutter all those ‘jobs you mean to do’ from your calendar. Personal concierges are professional organisers, delegators, and errand runners all rolled into one.


No job too small

When you hear the word ‘errand’, something as simple as picking up the dry-cleaningmight come to mind. The actual errand varies, depending on the client. Whether
it’s taking care of the groceries or picking up a new piece of art for their client’s collection, a concierge tackles all kinds of jobs.

On the domestic side, a personal concierge can organise your pantry (Alice + Albert has a home butler service) or get a team of cleaners to spruce up the house. They even organise house-sitting when homeowners go on holidays.

They also handle larger tasks. Homeowners looking to redecorate trust the errand service to pick up their new furniture or deliver old, outdated, goods to charity. This
happens after concierge and client have gotten to know each other a little better and needs are easily anticipated.

Who uses an errand service?

Errand services cater to all types of clients: full-time workers, stay-at-home parents, moguls, and senior citizens. People with chronic illnesses engage these services on occasion because their condition makes doing everyday tasks difficult.

Why would I use an errand service?

That depends, how much easier do you want your life to be? Concierge services take the to-do lists and the things you ‘mean to do’ away, and you get something valuable back.


We all know at least one person who’s vocal about ‘not having enough hours in the day for (something fun here)’. You can feel a bit smug because you got all the errands done with time to spare for the gym.

Errand services take care of tasks large and small. They’ve helped clients clean up their diaries, their houses, and more. It’s all in a day’s work, before they tackle the new ones tomorrow.