Andrea Front And Center

Andrea expanded the Atlanta-based firm to locations throughout the US and Canada and garnered the honor of being named to Inc. Magazine’s 500 fastest growing privately held companies in the US for two consecutive years. In addition, she selected as one of Catalyst Magazine’s Top 50 Entrepreneurs for 2002 and top five for 2000, a regional finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year competition and nominated as a 2002 “Georgia Tech Woman of Distinction”. Andrea was also featured in the first issue of Catalyst Magazine as one the “5 Professionals Changing the Way We Do Business In Atlanta” and named “An Outstanding Georgia Citizen” by Secretary of State, Cathy Cox.

T2 Press Release: She’s Back and Taking the Corporate Concierge Industry by Storm TimeSquared has officially hit the ground running. See the press release to get more details on our launch.

USLEA Press Release: Andrea Arena Selected for the Outstanding Leadership Recognition Award U.S. Leaders and Entrepreneur’s Association (USLEA) honors Andrea Arena for demonstrating leadership and admirable drive.

Inc. Magazine: Nobody Likes A Recession  Many successful entrepreneurs — like Andrea Arena — say they were lucky to launch their businesses in tough times.
Piedmont is added to the growing list of hospitals to offer concierge and errand running services to their patients and their families.
Columbus Dispatch: Employees Receive A Helping Hand  OhioHealth employee states that the concierge service makes her feel special and frees her up to make your patients feel special.

December 2004
Business First: OhioHealth Employees Getting Some Help  OhioHealth has hired a concierge service to help their employees focus on work.

Business To Business Magazine: Get More Done….And Still Have A Life  Think of a corporate concierge as a strategic, professional, nation-wide support staff that handles all of the things that keep you from your work.

6 women share their story: “Challenging Role of Women in the Workforce,” a panel discussion hosted by the Ga Tech Alumni/Faculty House during the Homecoming 2002 celebration.

Georgia Tech – Alumni Magazine: Service-oriented Entrepreneurship  Speaks to the tremendous value of a Ga. Tech education in building one’s career. Also, compares the challenges of being a female at Ga. Tech to that of being a 24-year-old entrepreneur taking on corporate America.

Ladies Home Journal: Best Jobs For Families  A surprising number of firms are paying more than lip service to harried employees trying to balance and work and family. Does your firm measure up?


BusinessWeek: At Your Service Corporate concierge, Andrea Arena, makes big bucks by sweating the small stuff.

Entrepreneur’s Business Start-Ups: Sweating The Small Stuff  Launched with $5,000, Andrea Arena’s concierge service makes millions meeting clients’ many demands.

San Francisco Business Times: Concierges Checking In At Bay Area Firms  As the pace of life and length of workdays rises in the Bay Area, people increasingly complain that there just isn’t enough time in the week to work 60 hours and still handle the logistics of homelife.

On The Job: Personal Concierge Services Check In  Personal errand service is not a perk limited to executives.