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Monday, 28 September 2020

Virtual Assistantship



Virtual assistantship includes scheduling meetings, getting in touch with clients and investors, following up on orders, creating business documents like PowerPoint presentations and Excel sheets, managing blogs and websites, etc. Virtual Assistants (VAs) work remotely with their clients and manage the aspects of their business that they are too busy to handle themselves.

Becoming a VA can entail some degree of training or briefing, depending on your qualifications. However, if you have good communication skills and are capable of using applications like MS Office, you can just sign up on sites such as Elance. com and Zirtual.com and start looking for work as a VA.

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