Share a secretary, free up your time!

We share secretaries with busy people. We’ve done this for eleven years, we started because our founder needed a PA, couldn’t afford a whole one and decided to share one. With a business idea looming she bit the bullet and recruited three secretaries, to cover holidays, lunch hours and sickness but still give a highly personalised service.

They still work in teams of three today, all are named to their clients and based in our office to ensure a great team spirit and high levels of quality. They take and handle calls, dealing with enquiries and managing diaries like they’re sat in your office. They get to know your customers, suppliers and you, your business and how you like things done.

If you’re looking for a call answering service or a VA and you’re shopping on price, ours is not the service for you. We regard your investment of your time and your money as one that you should expect to provide a long term benefit. It’s typical to spend about 10% of a full time salary each month and typical to expect about 10% of your time back. The opportunity cost of being freed up usually results in business growth. The cash flow benefit of having timely invoices raised and chased usually means more in the bank.

It generally holds true that you get what you pay for in life. Invest your time to train and brief a named Virtual PA team and see the benefits, feel the relief and enjoy the freedom that results.

Call us today on 01733 297580 or use our contact form.
 
 

Written by Gail

Gail, our founder, set up Virtual PA Co in 2001. These days she spends time helping some of our customers with more complex and often financial issues on an advisory basis.
October 15, 2012
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