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November 30: Virtual Assistance: Deciding Your Next Business Move
Recorded Webinar (online)
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About the event

A virtual assistant provides administrative, technical or creative assistance to clients. He or she works “virtually” (usually from home), providing these types of services to a range of clients. If you want more job flexibility, variety and a chance to help lots of people every day, becoming a virtual assistant may be for you.

In this fast-paced, 60-minute session, long-time virtual assistant and virtual assistant trainer, Belinda Sandor will talk about what’s involved and the steps necessary to work with or become a Virtual Assistant. We will cover:

  • How can I get started?
  • Where do I get clients as virtual assistant or hire a virtual assistant?
  • How much can I earn as a VA or how much can I expect to pay for a VA?
  • What training is required?
  • What is the best way to delegate work?
  • Do VAs work part-time and more …

Presenter: Belinda Wasser Sandor

A business workflow and logistics expert with 25 years of experience, Rocket Girl Solutions Founder Belinda Wasser Sandor is hired by small businesses on a contract basis to act as their part-time, “business manager.” With a focus on helping her clients make more money, more efficiently and with less stress, Belinda’s past and current work includes streamlining and improving systems, online payment set up and management, social media engagement, website builds and marketing automation.

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