Services

SERVICES

There are many ways that I can support you and your business. For example; I can provide support on an ad-hoc basis at £30 per hour, as and when you need a little help to get back on track, or on a regular on-going basis by booking a retainer of 5-20+ hours a month to secure your time with me, with as much or as little contact as you need.

The services I offer include:

  • Credit Control (Invoice raising and chasing)
  • Bookkeeping
  • Mailbox Management
  • Diary Management 
  • Event Assistance / Management 
  • Travel
  • CV Formatting
  • Copy Typing
  • Audio Typing
  • Minute Taking
  • Virtual Secretarial Support (I can be contacted as your Secretary/PA)
  • Internet Research
  • Database Production and/or Management
  • General Administrative Tasks (documentation creating/formatting)
  • Website Build. I am not a web designer but I can produce a simple, attractive website (I built this one!)
 

Choose the perfect plan

I provide support on an ad-hoc basis at £30 per hour or on a regular basis by booking a retainer of 5-20+ hours a month, with as much or as little contact as you need.

 

Would you rather agree a price for a particular project? 

Not a problem, please get in touch to discuss this further.

£147

FOR 5 hours Per month

  • 2% reduction (usually £150)

£285

for 10 hours Per month

  • 5% reduction (usually £300)

£540

FOR 20 HOURS Per month

  • 10% Reduction (usually £600)

Frequently asked questions

I cover this more in my Blog “What’s a VA?” but here’s a quick answer for you:

A Virtual Assistant (VA) is a skilled and highly organised individual who runs a business providing remote outsourced support services to help keep other businesses or individuals running smoothly and efficiently. VA’s typically operate from their home but are able to access the necessary planning documents, such as shared calendars, drives and email operating systems, remotely. 

Virtual Assistants have become more prominent as businesses increase their use of the internet for daily operations. Because a VA is a contractor, a business does not have to provide the same benefits that it would for a full/part-time employee (pension and sick pay etc.). In addition, since the VA works offsite, there is no need for a desk or other workspace at the company’s office.

Just because I’m a virtual, and therefore work remotely, doesn’t mean we can’t have regular contact. We can speak on the telephone, have video calls, or keep in touch through email and message as little or as much as you’d prefer.

I use a program that times how long I am actively working for a client and charge accordingly, to the nearest hour. 

I can talk you through how to grant me access to any systems you’d like me to manage, such as emails and calendar and we can share documents via Dropbox, Google Drives and other such sharing platforms. I use LastPass so that you can grant me access to anything, without you ever having to share a password with me (clever, huh?). I’m very tech savvy and love finding new but simple to use ways to better organise my business and that of my clients’!

 

It’s not always easy to find someone you want to work with and it can be hard to hand over responsibilities to someone you don’t know well. This is why I always recommend speaking to a few VA’s, before making a decision on who to work with. Another of the many benefits of using a VA is that if you decide that you’re not entirely happy with the relationship, you can just walk away from the contract, only paying for the time used or previously contracted.

I will provide legal contracts at the outset of any works undertaken.

As a professional VA, I hold Professional Indemnity Insurance (so we’re both protected, should anything go wrong), I abide by GDPR guidelines and am registered with ICO in regards to Data Protection.

My legal policies are available to view by clicking the link at the bottom of each page.

 

Got another question? Contact Amber