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Why do you need a Virtual Assistant?

If you find running your own business overwhelming with never enough hours in the day, working with a Virtual Assistant will help.

As your business grows the amount of time you need to start dedicating to the everyday ‘back office’ administrative tasks increases leaving you even less time to spend on your core business activities.

Count how many times you’ve spent evenings or weekends catching up in your office when you should be out spending your leisure time with family and friends doing the things you love.

  • Are time restraints holding you back from moving your business forward?
  • Would you like to attend more networking events, connect with prospects and increase your online presence?
  • Do you find using IT and keeping on top of paperwork daunting?
  • Are you looking to lower your overheads whilst still achieving the same output?

If you fall into any of the categories above, then NOW is the time to start thinking about how working with a Virtual Assistant could make a big difference to you and your business.

By delegating the ‘less profitable’ tasks to someone who can carry these out on your behalf makes good business sense.

 

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… a Virtual Assistant will ensure tasks get completed.

 

Perhaps you’re concerned that taking on a Virtual Assistant is an additional expense that you cannot afford?

The reality is once you’ve calculated the time spent trying to keep on top of admin and other ‘back office’ duties, when your time as a business owner should be spent utilising your core skills and focusing on more pressing ‘income generating’ activities; you’ll soon appreciate the benefits of outsourcing.

The main advantage of using a Virtual Assistant is complete flexibility.

You may not require full-time assistance, just occasional, limited support during certain times of the year. We offer a ‘Pay as you go’ hourly rate and monthly retainer packages for regular on-going support.

We can help you with as many or as few hours as required and we only charge for the actual time worked.

Using a Virtual Assistant as an alternative to employing staff means you’ll save on employee’s liabilities such as; NI contributions, holiday and sick pay. This also makes us a more attractive proposition than using recruitment agencies and hiring temps to fill gaps within recruitment or as cover for employees off on long-term sickness.

Working remotely from our own premises means there is no need to share your work space with us or for you to be living in the same location as your PA. (..we are currently working with two overseas clients so this really is true!).  If however, you are local and would prefer some occasional ‘office based’ support, this may also be possible.

If this is something you’d be interested in finding more about please get in touch – we can discuss the ways in which we could support you in order for you to achieve your business goals and objectives.

Our team are highly experienced professionals who would be an asset to any business.

Which are the areas and tasks within your business that you struggle to keep on top of the most? 

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