Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) June 15, 2011 -- The Celebrity Personal Assistant Network is the only company in the United States to deal exclusively with Personal Assistants. The Network was founded by veteran personal assistant Brian Daniel, who has worked with business moguls, Hollywood A-list, billionaires, and even royalty in the United States, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
For those employers who are seeking a personal assistant agency in Los Angeles, the agency has a wide array of personal assistants that have worked in entertainment, philanthropy, finance, fashion, and other industries. Most of them have experience managing estates and booking private jets as well.
The unique format of The Network, which also places assistants in other major U.S. markets like New York and San Francisco, was inspired by Brian Daniel's adventures with the Royal Saudi Family. Mr. Daniel was constantly on the move both domestically and internationally, and finding local help to assist all the VIP clients was hard-going. There is no shortage of candidates who want the job, but having an exclusive go-to outfit with qualified candidates is non-existent.
After finishing a 2-year stint with the Royal Family, Brian decided to develop his concept to cater to the jet-set crowd that travels worldwide. Regardless of the industry, entrepreneurs and other business moguls travel frequently and need reliable and trustworthy personal assistants to help manage their schedules - so a personal assistant agency in Los Angeles is certainly the right concept at the right time.
According to a report by CNBC News, there has been an explosion in the super rich. There are about 50,000 U.S. households that have net worth between 50 and 500 million dollars. Moreover, there are about 1000 billionaires in the world - nearly half are in America. With that said, the demand for personal assistant jobs has never been higher, and the standard employment agency is simply not properly equipped to handle the task.
There are certainly other domestic staffing agencies in Los Angeles, but they have a "Jack of all trades" format, which is to say they have personal assistants, maids, nannies, butlers, security, groundskeepers, personal trainers, private chefs, and birthday party clowns. Brian Daniel believes it's impossible to give high net worth families, and candidates, the personal attention they require when thousands of names are in a database.
Many personal assistant agencies in Los Angeles have to hire temp employees and college interns just to keep up with the factory-like atmosphere, so turnover in such fast-pace environments is high. This makes forming long-lasting, professional relationships difficult at best.
For more information on this exclusive personal assistant agency in Los Angeles, contact The Network online at http://www.FindCelebrityJobs.com.