Virtual Assistance

A virtual assistant (typically abbreviated to VA, also called a virtual office assistant) is generally self-employed and provides professional administrative, technical, or creative assistance to clients remotely from a home office. Because virtual assistants are independent contractors rather than employees, clients are not responsible for any employee-related taxes, insurance or benefits. Clients also avoid the logistical problem of providing extra office space, equipment or supplies. Clients pay for 100% productive work. - Wikipedia

What does a Virtual Assistant do?

As Your Virtual Assistant I Can:

  • Prepare general office correspondence, such as memos & letters or other documents.

  • Prepare such items as business cards, brochures/flyers, letterhead/envelopes & newsletters.

  • Type business, personal, and general documents from handwritten information, cassette tapes, or phone dictation.

  • Proofread and edit spelling and grammatical errors in your document or webpages. NOTE: final proofing is the responsibility of the client.

  • Perform Internet research for specified information and then providing you with the information or site addresses.

Why is a Virtual Assistant important?

  • A Virtual Assistant will free you to accelerate your company's growth by allowing you time to focus on the most important issues of your business.

  • You will no longer need to spend your valuable time on tasks you don't have time for or are not about to do.You will have the freedom needed to work on building your business skills, knowledge, and relationships.

  • You will have flexibility to assume brand new, challenging opportunities.

  • You will have peace of mind knowing that the details are being handled. Finally, you will run your business, instead of it running you.

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