the virtual blog
Why use a virtual assistant?
Why use a virtual assistant? While VAs are still a fairly new concept, more and more businesses are choosing to work with a freelance assistant who is flexible and doesn’t come with the financial implications of hiring someone on a permanent basis. Read my posts to find out more about what I do and how I work – and how your business might benefit from using a VA.
How aware are you about the upcoming GDPR legislation and its implications for your business? With the deadline of 25 May 2018 getting closer, I needed to find out more. As a VA I have access to a lot of data, such as clients’ CRM systems and mailing lists, and I want to be confident that their systems are compliant.read more
People are always asking me exactly what I do. Beyond “I help busy people to use their time better”, it’s not an easy question to answer, so I took a look over my time report for the last 48 hours and jotted down everything on it.read more
You could employ someone part time, but this isn’t always a practical option for a small business, a freelancer, or a new venture. And with a VA you’ll be getting a professional admin service – but with some extra bells and whistles!read more
I’m an expert at taking on those annoying/boring/tricky/techie tasks that you’re putting off. If you’re feeling that you’d really rather be getting on with the good stuff – the core of running and growing your business – consider hiring a VA.read more