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Website launched to meet demand for butler service in China

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2020-01-02 15:58
Zhang Ran, founder of Vage Home, a pioneer in China’s housekeeping service industry, speaks at the launching ceremony of MeiYingHui (www.myhbutler.com), a website that provides professional butler services in major cities across China in Beijing Friday.[Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

The number of China’s “rich families”, whose net worth is more than 6 million yuan ($853,711), had reached 4.94 million as of Dec 31, 2018, up 60,000 from the previous year, according to the Hurun Wealth Report 2019 released in November.

As the country boasts an increasing number of rich families, it also shows a growing demand for high-end butler services, as per Beijing-based Vage Home, a pioneer in China’s housekeeping service industry.

Noting such a demand, Vega Home launched MeiYingHui (www.myhbutler.com), a website that provides professional butler services in major cities across China in Beijing Friday.

The launch of the website is considered as a brand upgrade of Vage’s high-end housekeeping service, following the publication of Chinese-style Butler, a textbook written by Zhang Ran, founder of Vage early this year.

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