UAE gets online concierge club for parents
Dubai, March 28, 2011
Mumcierge, an online concierge club for parents which promises welcome relief for busy Dubai mums, has been launched.
Created by Dubai residents and mothers Elaine Stannard and Bubs Kapoor, Mumcierge offers mums an array of premium services and fun activities for the whole family, all at the touch of a button.
The club activities include weekly coffee mornings, kids cooking master classes, tots dance classes, healthcare workshops, fitness sessions and much more. Mumcierge also gives mums the opportunity to indulge in some adult conversation with likeminded mums.
“Following extensive research, I noticed that there was a gap in the market. It’s not about “mothers meetings”; our objective is to offer a one-stop shop that can answer any request to make life easier and less stressful,” said Elaine Stannard, founder of Mumcierge.
Mumcierge works on a triple tiered membership, enabling families to select the membership that best suits their budget and their needs. The options are Pay as You Go, Monthly Membership and the Gold Annual Membership.
One of the benefits to members will be the expert guest speakers who will be invited to attend the themed weekly coffee mornings.
Weekly activities for all age groups of children range from golf, rugby, dancing, art, cooking, swimming, tennis, riding, football, drumming, mummy fitness and lots more.
Additionally, once a month Mumcierge will host exclusive health workshops working with top health care professionals within the UAE.
“We want to ensure we offer our members a diverse selection of activities; encompassing both the necessities and fun elements of daily life,” concluded Stannard.-TradeArabia News Service
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