Virtual Assistants are remarkably in demand by businesses that need help but do not want to spend the money on office space for staff. Many small and mid-size companies use Virtual Assistants for specific tasks such as social media management. Finding Virtual Assistant work after graduation isn’t as hard as you may think.
In this episode, we discuss how administrative tasks are typical for Virtual Assistants, but they can require help with many other business areas. There are limitations, but technology is frequently offering ways to work around the restrictions.
If you are contemplating starting your own business as our guest has, you are in luck. It is relatively affordable and easy to do. There is a growing need for virtual help, and if you have the skills and equipment to get started, you can find your first client and be on your way.
Danielle has been supporting business owners and executives since 2012. Danielle built her business, Lead Virtual Solutions, on her drive for working hard and her passion for helping small business owners succeed. She brings a particular purpose and determination to her work and a sense of perfectionism that pushes her to excel.
Danielle holds a commitment to excellence, integrity, and passion for her work. She cares for her client’s business as if it were her own. With her experience working in executive offices, she has extensive knowledge of the “behind the scenes” administrative tasks to complete to ensure that a business runs smoothly and on target.
This podcast is about “fun learning.” Our host, Megan Chase, has always loved learning and talking to people. The goal was to bring in different industry professionals and just have a conversation. This is an aim to answer questions commonly asked to these professionals.
Listen to the We Have Answers Podcast if you want to learn a thing or two without the boring framework of a lecture. You will hear our host and the guests laugh, joke around, and have fun. All of this while they discuss various topics surrounding different industries.