Taking a bite of The Biscuit

Last year we decided to exhibit at The Biscuit, a relatively new exhibition for local businesses in Peterborough. We’d not done an exhibition for a while but felt it was possibly the right time, to get out there a bit, raise our profile, hopefully pick up a new client or two and – truthfully – increase awareness of just how much our type of service really helps out businesses and their owners.

When you sell something you believe in, you don’t need to sell it at all, you just need to talk about what you do, how you do it and the impact it has on those that buy it, and when you do that it simply feels great.

So we had a fabulous time talking to loads of really lovely people, in business just like us to help solve problems and make others’ lives better.

And we can’t wait to do it all again. Last year we gave away Time Out biscuit bars – because, apart from the obvious connection with the name of the exhibition, they reflect what our business aims to achieve for our clients, time, to think, to sell, to build, to rest, to plan, to do. We do this because we are a great team backed up by some super technology, able to answer calls in your company name, and handle them as if we were part of your team. The clients that get the most value, are the ones that train us up so we can truly take the strain by wrapping up calls, enquiries and bookings, so that they don’t have to, so so so much more than a messaging service.

So roll on The Biscuit! It’s great to get out of the office and see new faces and catch up with business friends and connections. Looking forward to seeing you all there, we’re on Stand B42 this year.  Clare and Kerinder

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.
January 30, 2019
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