One of the questions asked the most of VA’s or Virtual Assistants is “How will a Virtual Assistant help me?”
Business owners often feel overwhelmed and stuck, but they can also be reluctant to hand over the reins to someone else.
Here are six services that a VA could offer that you might not have thought of:-
Bookkeeping and Invoicing:-
Two of your favourite things right? Not.
A Virtual Assistant can pay bills online; prepare end-of-the-month reports, track accounts payable, receivable and more. You can also email your hours for each client to the VA and she or he can prepare invoices for you. Even better use an online time tracking service like Toggl.com to track your billable hours.
Need to hire a new employee? A Virtual Assistant can help you post listings and filter applications. Then send you the most qualified candidates, schedule interviews, respond to clients and more.
A Virtual Assistant can be a life saver when it comes to planning your next event. Your VA can research venues, get quotes and send out event announcements. They will arrange all necessary equipment, stage, projector, refreshments etc. They will also maintain contact with you to help with any troubleshooting during the actual event .
Do you take a lot of handwritten notes that you need typed? Easy. Use a mobile scanning app to turn your physical notes into digital PDF’s: Email the PDF’s to your Virtual Assistant to type up and return to you in Word format. (or whatever format you need them in)
Your virtual assistant can recommend a Call Handling service like Call team. Call forward your phone when you need to get on with work and feel confident that your important calls are in safe hands.