Virtual Assistant Start-up

TRTGV: The Road to Going Virtual Business Start-up Program

What is a Virtual Assistant? A Virtual Assistant is a solopreneur or company that specializes in providing ongoing professional support from a remote location to a busy professional or small business. Services vary by expertise. Virtual Assistants make anywhere from $25-$80 per hour performing tasks such as administrative support, website maintenance/design, bookkeeping, desktop publishing, email management and more.

Course Description

The Road to Going Virtual Business Startup Program guides you through the process of setting up, systemizing, marketing and running a successful Virtual Assistant business. In addition to the foundation lessons, you’ll receive an extensive course on how to create revenue for your Virtual Assistant business. The course comes in a series of audios, videos, Power Point Presentations and PDF files.

Wondering What it Takes to Be a Virtual Assistant and Where You Should Start?

The Entrepreneur successful business publication says that Virtual Assistants are one of the top four in demand home-based businesses. If you’ve been wondering what is means to be a Virtual Assistant or how to get started, click on the media bar below. Successful Virtual Assistant Trena V. Stubbs offers some advice about what it takes to be a Virtual Assistant and some tips for getting started.

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Nervous about trying a Virtual Assistant? Try us for FREE!

Hiring a virtual assistant can be scary, especially when there are so many options! We'd love for you to give us a test drive. Work with our team, see if our personalities are a good match and best of all, you get to see our work first hand. If we're not a good fit, nothing lost. Submit your details below and we'll send you everything needed to get started.

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