In the traditional office, we are known as Executive Assistants. Executive assistants typically work for C-suite executives and possess the authority to make crucial decisions and set policy. The executive assistant performs the usual roles of managing correspondence, preparing research, and communication while also acting as the gatekeeper, deciding which events or meetings are the best use of the executive's time. An executive assistant also acts as proxy for the executive and is expected to possess a higher degree of business acumen, be able to manage projects, as well as have the ability to influence others on behalf of the executive.
A Virtual Assistant is an Executive Assistant entrepreneur. I am a business owner who partners with clients in various professions to handle administrative and business support projects so the client may focus on running his or her business.
A Virtual Assistant works from their own office, uses their own equipment, and provides services to semi-retired executives, small businesses, entrepreneurs, consultants, and high-net-worth individuals. Assignments are usually communicated through e-mail, phone, and fax.
Why work with a Virtual Assistant?
The benefits of working with a Virtual Assistant are obvious—
NO office space required
NO equipment investment required
NO payroll taxes need be paid on my behalf
NO benefits need be supplied as I pay my own
When you work with Virtual Ally, LLC you are getting a C-suite Executive/Personal Assistant for a very affordable price. Furthermore, with today's technology, I can support anyone from virtually anywhere in the world!