Life is worth celebrating, every step of the way. And if we’re lucky enough to have a long life, chances are we’ll have to go through happy and sad times alike. It’s never easy to accept that the latter will happen to us, but when they do, it’s better to have someone who can help.
The reality is, when end of life preparations need to be taken care of, the family is already under a lot of emotional strain and it’s difficult but important to focus on practical details. Especially when that means finding ways to honour a loved one’s last wishes.
Needless to say, this was a situation that required a special kind of understanding, discretion and a lot of empathy. These are qualities that Strathmore Partnership will always rely on, whenever necessary.
Our client’s husband was gravely ill and wanted to spend his last days at home, surrounded by family and friends instead of the hospital. Moving him and settling him home in all comfort required that we meet with the Palliative Care team on a few occasions – as there was special equipment needed and we wanted to make sure that everything goes smoothly.
At Strathmore Partnership, we know that every task you entrust us with is unique and requires a bespoke approach. And we’re prepared to adapt to your needs in a way that’s seamless, discreet and, more than anything, empathetic.
Moving house is at best an energy-consuming, stressful experience – however exciting the move might be. But modern living and professional lives increasingly require entrepreneurs and business people to become more agile and accept relocation as part of the package.
And sometimes, relocation doesn’t just mean trading your West London postcode for a City one.
It involves changing countries altogether and needing to ship a whole life’s worth of belongings across the Ocean.
As one would expect, this reads like an altogether different kind of story. And a challenge that Strathmore Partnership took on with dedication and determination.
To help our US clients set up their apartment in the UK, we needed to get around 300 items of different sizes and weights shipped via Amazon.
The operation proved to be trickier than expected, as Amazon kept refusing and deleting the order from the account we set up on our client’s behalf. As this was a time-sensitive task, we had no choice but to redo the order three times and persevere until we got hold of the Amazon CEO and finally got the order through.
At Strathmore Partnership, we understand that some tasks take more tenacity and resolve than others – and we’ll happily persevere until the situation is resolved to your satisfaction.