Outsourcing to a Virtual Assistant is a great way for a small business to deal with the daily tasks in their business. VAs typically do administrative and technical tasks that either you can’t do or don’t have time to do, or that are not your main source of income.
Finding the perfect Virtual Assistant (VA) is not as hard as you may think. One thing you want to do is avoid those huge VA companies that pay their VAs low wages. Instead find an independent VA who either works alone or has a qualified team who works under them. If you can find a VA that is in your own country and speaks your native language then that is even better.
An exciting virtual workshop series of 20 educational online seminars to benefit all virtual assistants worldwide. These seminars will be presented, over the course of 5 days, by fellow Virtual Assistants who have been there, done that, and want to share all that (and more) with you!
People are always asking me how I started my own Virtual Assistant Business so I decided I’d write a blog post about it. When I first started in the work force at the age of 16, I never imagined that I would own the business that I have today. I attended school for accounting part-time while working full-time and had always planned to open my own accounting business once I was done school. As many of us have probably experienced, life got in the way of my plans. I was a young adult and my life was changing and I left accounting on the back burner and decided to move onto bigger and better things. I took a look at what I wanted in my life and decided to start working as an assistant at VAnetworking.
Virtual Assistants, you can learn valuable information to help your Virtual Assistant business grow and in turn it will generate you more clients and income! Attend an exciting workshop series of 20 educational online seminars to benefit all VAs worldwide.