In its most basic form, a virtual assistant (VA) is an administrative expert you hire on contract and who works from their home/office. A virtual assistant can be more than an administrative or executive assistant; think of her or him as your marketing assistant, business manager, client interface, writer, and executive assistant all in one. 

Because some VAs are also business owners, they know what it takes to run a business. This means your VA contributes to your success by freeing up your time, so you can focus on running and growing your business, and pursuing more revenue generating activities.





Who Needs a Virtual Assistant?

Who doesn’t? A virtual assistant can benefit any business owner who has more on their to-do list than they can handle. Don’t fill your work hours with time-consuming tasks we can probably do faster and more efficiently.

Hire a VA if you are a C-Suite executive, an entrepreneur, or small business owner who wants to outsource recurring tasks or special projects that you or your in-house assistant do not have time for.

What tasks can Virtual Assistants take care of?

Every virtual assistant has their own range of tasks they offer. The best way to find out is to ask! Some of the tasks we handle include bookkeeping, setting up appointments, creating presentations, conducting research, data entry, calendar management, contact management, email management, google drive management, making calls on your behalf, documentation and updating of files, booking and planning travel, along with many others!