David and Wendy Rogers have a lifetime of experience in five star hospitality, and they have brought their expertise, and attention to detail to White Glove Concierge Services.
Their combined skill sets and expertise have been the perfect springboard to launch a luxury property management company that has raised the bar for service, and exceeds property owners and guests expectations, time and again.
At the end of the day, our clients expect to have a trouble free experience when it comes to the management and maintenance of their luxury property. Our clients know that they can trust us implicitly to maintain their home so that it continues to attract high quality bookings. In our industry, discretion, meticulous attention to detail and trust is key.
David began his career at 17, as an apprentice Chef, and took advantage of many opportunities to work in a range of restaurants around the world, including Michelin Star restaurants in the UK, on Super Yachts and in catering companies as a Qualified Chef. David has spent many years in the Super Yacht industry as a Chef, a scuba diving instructor and Dive Master. He holds a STCW10 Safety at Sea Certificate.
In recent years, David has managed a diving shop and owned and operated his own gardening business in Brisbane, on Hamilton Island and in Cairns, primarily looking after luxury estates.
David has a pool technician certificate and a full real estate license. “It’s fortunate that this collection of work experiences has dove-tailed into our current business,” David said. “What it means for our clients, is that they can have complete confidence that between us, Wendy and I are able to manage every aspect of their property, from maintenance, to bookings and service. We can use our experiences and contacts to make sure that we tailor our service to each and every client’s expectations, and we always aim to exceed them.”
Wendy began her career in hospitality at age 17, where she worked in five star hotels in New Zealand as an apprentice chef. She quickly moved to front of house and cut her teeth in customer service. After spending eight months working in Antarctica, Wendy moved to Australia and worked at the 1988 World Expo.
Wendy’s passion for customer service did not go unnoticed and from there, she accepted a position as Restaurant and Function Manager, and then Food and Beverage Manager on Hayman Island.
Wendy then moved to become Restaurant Manager at the prestigious Hamilton Island and made the move to travel the world to, where she was Head Hostess on a Super Yacht.
“That experience certainly opened my eyes to what truly defines five star service,” said Wendy. “It was an incredibly enjoyable experience, and I love to pull services and staff together to make every event unforgettable.”
For the past seven years, Wendy has worked in top end property management in far North Queensland.