The rise of employment agencies offering virtual support, either exclusively or alongside traditional temporary staff, as well as the increasing number of entrepreneurs in a variety of fields leads me to believe it’s poised for exponential growth.
Generally, it’s providing other entrepreneurs with various levels of support, from personal to industry-specific niches. For that reason, it’s not a stretch to say that independent businesspeople, academics, lawyers and the like could have the best of both worlds: a qualified support partner without the extra expense of an employee with benefits.
What a Virtual Assistant is…and is not.
Think of a virtual assistant as an independent contractor…not an employee. They bring their expertise as valuable assets to partner with other entrepreneurs and provide various levels of support.
How would virtual assistance benefit you?
Generating ROI from working ON your business is overall more productive and profitable than working IN your business. How valuable is your time? What could you delegate to reclaim it?
Clients seeking assistance with a range of administrative or routine tasks can benefit from the variety of services and skill levels that run the gamut; from generalists to industry specialists…virtual assistance could be everything you never knew you needed!