What does an Executive Virtual Assistant do?

 

An Executive Virtual Assistant can save you hours from your workweek, but knowing which tasks to delegate can be tricky, whether you are starting or growing your business.  An Executive VA is a contract worker who can do their jobs anywhere.  They focus on administrative tasks that are similar to those of an Executive Assistant.

 

Tasks an Executive VA can perform

Advancing technology means that you don’t need to hire an administration professional to sit in your office.  Below is a tiny list of tasks that an Executive VA regularly carry out for their clients:

Business Support

  • Virtual Office Administration
  • Calendar Management
  • Data Entry
  • Records Management
  • Travel consulting/Travel Planning
  • Scheduling/Appointment Setting
  • Document Management
  • Client Coordination/Management
  • Email Management
  • Policy and Procedure Management

Content Development/Writing

  • Transcription
  • Document Conversion
  • Typesetting
  • Coping Typing

 

Final Thoughts

If you’re weighing up the pros and cons, we’d suggest giving us a call.  You can then decide based on results, not on words.  We often speak to clients who’ve not had much success with overseas Executive VA’s, and want someone that they know they can rely on, that speaks their language and understands business in Australia – and that’s important!

 

 

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