Concierge services kick in as part of a rewards program when bank account holders have “at least US$1 million”, he explained.
His company launched White Glove Delivery after their concierge business took a nose dive as global business travel staggered to a halt.
Wagyu beef, seafood and dim sum are on offer from 20 restaurants, some housed in luxury hotels or listed on the Michelin Guide.
Clients include corporate diners and celebrities, their meals delivered in carefully packaged boxes to their housekeepers in upscale Bangkok neighborhoods or to company headquarters.
A butler — wearing white gloves — can also come along to set the table and present the food.
As part of the fight against COVID-19, White Glove also donates 1,000 meals a day to frontline workers in hospitals, Jakkapun said.
Thailand has 27 billionaires, according to Forbes, with the Chearavanont family who head agro-industrial conglomerate CP Group topping the list worth an estimated $27.3 billion.