You rush to respond to a proposal request from a high profile prospect. Insider information reveals that your proposal was tossed because of the typos and grammatical errors within the document. You arent shocked because you were admittedly in a rush and so busy that you didnt have time to check the document. You should have had a VA.
You missed an important event where you were listed as a featured speaker. You forgot to add it to your calendar. You should have had a VA.
Small businesses, whether a one-person shop or a five person team, should have a virtual assistant or VA on hand for administrative tasks likescheduling speaking engagements, proofreading documents, marketing support, answering calls, responding to emails and more.
Outsourcing tasks to virtual assistants save small business owners time and money. You can spend more time on running thebusiness while having support without having the financial and tax liability of fulltime staff.
Are there times when you should have had a VA? If so, its time to get proactive. Visit the International Virtual Assistants Association to learn more about virtual assistants and how they can help your business.