What we do for… salons and clinics

We know how it goes in salon life. Your team are busy with clients, the receptionist (or whoever is picking up that role at that particular moment) is dealing with someone at the desk and the phone is ringing off the hook.

Great! Fantastic to be busy!

But, now there is a dilemma, leave the physical client to answer the phone or let the voicemail do its job? Or rather, risk the voicemail doing its job (we all know the disappointment of an empty message on the answerphone).

Or, you could leave your team in peace to get on with what they do best and rest assured that the call is being picked up – and fully dealt with – by your PA team at Virtual PA Co. And by fully dealt with, we mean fully dealt with: We access your system, make and amend bookings, handle enquiries and where necessary take payments. All for a fraction of the average price of a treatment or service you offer


  • You snag the booking,
  • Your clients are happy,
  • Your new clients are impressed,
  • Your team is kept busy,
  • And your profits can be improved.

And if you don’t believe us you can try it for free, for a week. We’re fully Information Commission and GDPR compliant, really good at what we do and very practiced at handling your type of workload. And we know it’s really great value for your business, we have all the stats to prove it.

We’d love you try a free trial so we can show just how we can make a difference. Contact us to find out how easy it is and get started.

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 28, 2019
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