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Quintessentially Lifestyle Re-Launches in Canada

The Exclusive, Members-Only Club and Luxury Concierge Service Officially Re-Launches in Canada Under New Management

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 03/26/14 -- This Thursday, March 27th will see the official re-launch of Quintessentially Lifestyle in Canada, a members-only club and luxury concierge service catering to high net worth individuals and corporations. The launch party will be taking place at The Chase restaurant, on Temperance Street in downtown Toronto. Over 200 VIPs, including business luminaries, entrepreneurs, and an eclectic mix of social influencers, will be out in force to enjoy the celebration.

Quintessentially Lifestyle is the leading luxury Members Only Concierge Service. Founded in London, England in 2000 by Ben Elliot, Aaron Simpson and Paul Drummond, Quintessentially Lifestyle has been providing members with its award-winning lifestyle management and concierge services for more than a decade, offering specialist advice, insider access and exclusive benefits. Notable people who will be in attendance at the launch event are Aaron Simpson, Co-Founder and Group Chairman of Quintessentially Group; Jon Goss, Senior VP of Quintessentially Group; Shane Reid Mungal, CEO of Quintessentially Lifestyle Canada; and Managing Partners of Quintessentially Lifestyle Canada, Jonathan Tick, Robert Klopot, and Robert Wise.

The event is slated to set the precedent of what Quintessentially Lifestyle Canada is meant to be, which is providing exclusive access to events and unique experiences, peer networking amongst the ultra high net worth, and exceptional service. Similar events can be expected throughout the year as an exclusive member benefit, encouraging networking on a professional and social level and providing knowledge based learning sessions that cater to the target market.

The launch event will also announce a partnership with SickKids Foundation. The organization's Colin Hennigar, Associate Director of Major Gifts, will be in attendance to speak briefly about the alliance. Quintessentially Foundation supports charitable activities worldwide that improve the health, education and welfare of disadvantaged children and young people. The Quintessentially Lifestyle Canada partnership with SickKids will be spearheading initiatives to support the hospital's international efforts to help children from disadvantaged countries through sustainable capacity building. Hennigar will announce the initial projects at the event.

Quintessentially Canada's private, invite-only launch event takes place March 27th at The Chase from 7pm-10pm.

For more information please go to www.quintessentially.com.

About Quintessentially Canada

Quintessentially Canada is a part of the world's leading international private members' club, Quintessentially Lifestyle. The global company provides a unique business model, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and for more than a decade has been providing members with its award-winning lifestyle management and concierge services. In addition to the concierge service, 32 luxury sister businesses compose the wider Quintessentially Group, covering every facet of the luxury lifestyle market, including Travel, Real Estate, Wine, Art, Luxury Retail, Events, Public Relations, Publishing and more. With more than 60 offices worldwide, speaking over 35 languages, Quintessentially is a true multinational and multilingual service offering.

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