THE INITIAL SPARK
Entrepreneurs are not confined, rather the amalgamation of many tasks and Saad Alami Rahmouni is one who wears many hats. From the age of 15, he climbed the hospitality business ladder, from sales to developing and owning Worldwide Luxury Concierge LLC.
Rahmouni was intrigued by sumptuous atmospheres, having had exposure from his father, who navigated the scenes of royals. Rahmouni dove right into the business and learned from prominent club owners throughout Europe and the US.
“Experience is very valuable, and I took whatever opportunity to get my foot in the door,” Rahmouni said. “I am patient and motivated. My clients’ feedback and recommendations to others were reassuring, and I realized I could run my own company.”
BECOME HIS OWN BOSS
He took his curatorial expertise to Miami, and by 2014 had Worldwide luxury Concierge thriving. He guarantees a smooth travel and overall stay through his impeccable connections. Rahmouni satisfies all his clients’ needs and plans social accommodations to suit the purpose of the vacation. Though Rahmouni’s company has a substantial number of loyal clients, he is still looking to capitalize overseas, once COVID-19 restrictions ease.
“Today my company is doing very well, Corona has slowed it down of course, but I am hopeful we will see a change by the start of next year,” Rahmouni said. “For now, I am focusing on other ventures.”
CAPITALIZE IN OTHER MARKETS
He is still very involved with all aspects of Worldwide Luxury Concierge accommodations, considering he is the only employee. Rahmouni is beyond competent and effortless with multi-tasking. The young businessman executes all the moving parts of his company in the early morning and proceeds to invest his time with alternate business ventures.
“I started working with Storm Industries, managing the efficiency of operations,” Saad said. While I am still very active with them, I was presented with other opportunities that have gained my focus. I am working with one of the top perfume companies in the world to develop a new product line.”
Rahmouni has paired with former colleague and son of OUD perfume manufacturing company, Nawaf Bashammakh, to create a line of candles based on memorable scents compliant with specific locations. Being a jet-setter who has experienced the most lavish places and events, Rahmouni knows he can execute the perfect creations and provide homebodies with a sense of travel. Due to recent changes in the world, he is hopeful for a successful rollout this Fall. Expanding into unknown territory is never easy, but Rahmouni thrives on challenge and exceeding expectations.
“I make the impossible possible in everything I do,” Saad said.