How a Virtual Assistant can help you…
Click on the sections below to see just some of the ways working with a VA, like me, can really help your business. If any of these ring true for you, or you still have questions, then please get in touch.
Saving your business money...
Most small businesses or entrepreneurs don’t have a large budget for hiring additional staff when demand warrants it. Often a business owner may think it is more cost effective to do the work themselves, rather than spending on hiring part-time staff.
Because a VA works on an ‘as needed’ basis, you will be able to save money by only paying for the work performed and limiting overhead costs such as payroll, benefits, office equipment or supplies.
A VA can research suppliers and suggest more cost-effective alternatives, allowing you to be be more informed when making purchasing decisions.
A VA can manage and organise inquiries for you, pre-filtering and prioritising so you see improved results in responding to and following up on business leads.
Getting and keeping you organised...
Running a business can get hectic. But being organised can really help.
Organisation saves you time, you money and saves your sanity. Whether responding to emails is taking several hours a day, your office is overrun with papers, you missed invoicing a client, or your customer service is suffering, a virtual assistant can really help.
- Creating a database to keep track of your clients and customers
- Providing email management for you
- Manage your book-keeping, invoices and accounts payable
- Diary management, events, travel and venue booking
- Researching events, competitor analysis, social media updates
Teaching you a trick or two...
Because a VA runs a business themselves, they have a unique understanding of what your needs as a small business owner are.
A VA brings invaluable work experience and training to the table. They will have amassed a wealth of skills, be it software, hardware, or grammar, you can be sure that your VA knows their stuff.
Working across multiple clients and business types, they have to be highly organised, adaptable, good at marketing and networking.
A good VA becomes a true partner for your business, and becomes invested in its success. A good VA will always share their tricks and tools to help your business work better and be more effective.
Is your business as organised as it could be?
Makes me less busy and much more effective!
Jen is a professional and efficient virtual assistant. She helps with a wide range of tasks and has the skills and knowledge to get things done. Her communication skills are excellent, and makes a busy person’s life more organised and effective. Jane - Florist