What is a Virtual Assistant?
Virtual Assistance has been defined as a business in which an independent administrative assistant supports clients by operating from a remote location and completing tasks that have traditionally been done by outsourced companies (payroll, bookkeeping), full time administrative staff (newsletter, brochures, mail-outs, etc.) or temporary help (data entry, project work). While that may be the industry in a nutshell, that is not what you will find here. I want to partner with you to grow your business. I am in this for the long run and would like to establish a business relationship with you with an eye on the goal of a successful business not just project completion.
Who can use a Virtual Assistant?
A Virtual Assistant can be an asset whether you are starting a Small Business, a Student in school, a Busy Professional or have Household projects you need some assistance with.
A number of our services are geared to you: data entry, newsletter and brochure creation and mass mailing, web design and implementation, internet research and the list goes on. Let us take care of the tedious back end work while you concentrate on expanding your business.
Don't waste your nights and weekends typing your papers. Let us type them up and correct grammatical and spelling mishaps for you. We can also create your resume for your job search and assist in getting it posted on various job search engines.
Need someone to maintain your schedule for you, send you reminders of what is up and coming, research travel options or arrange special events and gifts. Put it all in our capable hands and just sit back and relax and take care of what is important in your life.
Do you hate stuffing envelopes and addressing labels, but have a mass mailing that has to go out? Or have you always dreamed of having a family website, email, etc? Got a ton of pictures that you want to get digitized and organized? Let us assist you in whatever your project may be.
How can I benefit from using a Virtual Assistant?
By using a Virtual Assistant you can avoid:
· Employee related taxes and benefits
· Cost of extra office space and equipment
· Training costs
· High turnover in administrative roles
In addition, you gain:
· A partner in your commitment to stay on schedule and grow your business or complete your task
· Limit your costs to the time and materials spent on the project itself
· Someone whose role can evolve with your business without extensive training or down time