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How Partnering With A Virtual Assistant Helps Small Business Owners

Partner with a Virtual AssistantAdministrative Assistants, Secretaries, Executive Assistants, no matter which name you use, are all known for their multi-tasking and organizational skills. They are usually the “go to people” of any business, large or small. Need to find the original contract for a client you signed with five years ago? Ask your Administrative Assistant. Want to edit a brochure, but can’t find the template? Your Executive Assistant will pull it right up. Need to know when an employee’s birthday is so you can order the cake? Ask your …………….well, you get the picture. Plus, your Admin would have already taken care of that for you. Last week.

Unfortunately, most start up companies or entrepreneurs don’t have the luxury of hiring employees when they are first setting up shop. Because of this, business owners not only have the daunting task of launching their company, they also have to handle all the paperwork, scheduling, emails and phone calls that come with running any business. That’s where a Virtual Assistant comes in.

By definition, a Virtual Assistant is an independent contractor who will remotely support clients by providing administrative services, which can expand to technical and creative services. Some offer general support to a variety of industries, while others focus on skill specific niches like website creation, real estate or social media. Utilizing a Virtual Assistant’s services can increase a small business owner’s productivity and profitability by removing some, or most, of the day to day tasks that need to be accomplished for a business to run smoothly. Most Virtual Assistants tailor the services they offer to their clients’ needs and work on either an hourly or retainer basis.

If you are a small business owner, it is well worth your while to look into partnering with a Virtual Assistant. You can put your focus on your client relationships and business growth, while you can be assured the essential tasks of running your business are in good hands. With a Virtual Assistant, the possibilities are endless, so why not take advantage of this non-traditional service?


Angi Shields is a Virtual Assistant and owner of Clerical Essentials

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