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What do you think of when you hear the word ‘Housekeeping’ Is it the cleaning services provided in hotels? The cleaning staff working in large corporations? Or the full-time domestic helpers that many families employ?

Do you employ a foreign domestic worker (FDW), or maid, in your house? While many do, with over 240,000 helpers living in Singapore, there are a number of costs that employers have to bear, from food costs to space constraints and weekly off days.

An office manager’s job is never complete; after you finish a task, another challenge always crops up. Last-minute events requiring extra pantry supplies. Office cleaners quitting. Air-cons breaking down right before their scheduled maintenance. Office supplies disappearing at ridiculous speeds (how many pens does one person even need?!)

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Poon Da Qian, founder and CEO of startup Butler in Suits, shares why he decided to create a housekeeping, hospitality and real estate management service company in Singapore.

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An increasing number of busy Singaporeans are paying for concierge services that can help them with an assortment of tasks.

Humble beginnings.

The eureka moment for Poon Da Qian, founder of Singapore’s Butler in Suits, happened at the laundry basket. Before he left every day, he found himself having to visit the laundry basket to search for the right pair of socks.

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What do you think of when you hear the word ‘Housekeeping’ Is it the cleaning services provided in hotels? The cleaning staff working in large corporations? Or the full-time domestic helpers that many families employ?

Do you employ a foreign domestic worker (FDW), or maid, in your house? While many do, with over 240,000 helpers living in Singapore, there are a number of costs that employers have to bear, from food costs to space constraints and weekly off days.

An office manager’s job is never complete; after you finish a task, another challenge always crops up. Last-minute events requiring extra pantry supplies. Office cleaners quitting. Air-cons breaking down right before their scheduled maintenance. Office supplies disappearing at ridiculous speeds (how many pens does one person even need?!)