Ben Elliot, the nephew of Camilla Parker Bowles, co-founded Quintessentially in 2000 Image: Philip Hollis

Quintessentially, the deluxe attendant solution which closed down the Sydney
Harbour Bridge so one of its members can propose to his sweetheart ahead
of the site, is in innovative talks with private equity company Inflexion
regarding a buy-out.

The company, which helps fulfil the extravagant demands of the uber rich, is
anticipated to be offered for as long as £& pound; 120m, based on earnings of around £& pound; 9m. The business, which has 1,500 employees in 63 cities, was founded in 2000 by
Aaron Simpson, Paul Drummond and Ben Elliot.

Membership costs vary from £& pound; 2,500 to & pound; 24,000 for access to the 1 Day, 365
day-a-year solution.

The firm’& rsquo; s services have included employing interior designers to construct an
genuine “& ldquo; batcave & rdquo; for one film lover and also sourcing penguins for a.
kids’& rsquo; s birthday event.

Inflexion has actually gone out a number of companies this year.

The personal equity team sold marine trip agent Griffin Global and floated.
IT business FDM as well as claims team National Accident Helpline.