The Virtual Assistant industry has become much more known and familiar to various people, businesses and industries over the last years. But, if you have not heard of a Virtual Assistant, or you need some clarity as to the kind of support a VA can provide, then this post is definitely for you.

Virtual Assistants are self-employed professionals providing support services from a remote location. The support of VAs is not limited to only administrative work but branches out across a broad spectrum of support services. For example, customer service, online marketing, online research, content creation and distribution, graphic design, website design, bookkeeping, travel arranging and the list goes on.

There are a number of important benefits when outsourcing to a VA, here but a few:

The first that comes to my mind is saving you time. Time is valuable. If you take a look at what you spend your time on in a day, there are quite a lot of different tasks that your VA can take care of for you, freeing your time for the things that matter to you most. More quality time with your family and friends.

Secondly, outsourcing to a VA saves you money. Yes, you only pay for the hours worked. You don’t need to provide office space or equipment, you don’t need to pay benefits, sick leave, holiday pay or training costs. A VA actually costs less than a full-time employee.

And a Virtual Assistant will definitely increase your efficiency and even the efficiency of your team. Delegating all the repetitive, distracting, unpredictable tasks will free your time to manage and build your business.

We are your secret weapon, your flexibility, your productivity. We take great pride in our work and our greatest reward is building meaningful relationships with our clients and being a part of their business success.

I would love to help you and your team. Check out my services page or contact me for your free discovery call.

Greetings,
Michelle