Why You Need a Virtual Assistant
Are you dealing with routine tasks that are not your core business? Then you probably need a Virtual Assistant.
As a business owner, you need to pursue your goals and stoke the passion that makes you and your business unique. However, professionals, entrepreneurs and small business owners can find themselves overwhelmed by time-sapping lists of ‘stuff to do’.
“If you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long time.” – Steve Jobs
Three words of advice:
Delegate, delegate, delegate!
Virtually There Services, run by Katie Jenkins, provides freelance business and administrative support to simplify your business life. We can free you up from those mundane tasks that must be done but don’t contribute to furthering your business aims.
Katie has had a long career developing skills in Marketing and Management in the private and public sectors and, as a small business owner is very aware of the challenges being faced on a daily basis.
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‘Working with Katie I’ve valued her reliability, organisational and administrative skills as well as her sheer get-up-and-go attitude. She constantly updates her skills and knowledge. Not only does Katie have tons of stamina and determination she’s also a great networker and I’ve benefited from her wise counsel over the years. I have no hesitation in recommending Katie as your highly capable virtual assistant.’
Judith Coyle, Judith Coyle Editorial.
‘I have really enjoyed working with Katie. Hard-working, diligent and conscientious about what she undertakes, she nonetheless brings a sense of fun to all activities. Hugely knowledgeable and highly experienced, she is able to quickly cut through to the main issues and, more importantly, knows how to tackle them.
I have no hesitation in recommending Katie – particularly if you want someone who will get on with it and make things happen’
Anne Parker, Anne Parker Management Training