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How a Virtual Assistant can help set up a new business


Setting up a new business can feel overwhelming. There are so many details to keep track of and so many things to do!


It's easy to get overwhelmed by the task at hand and lose sight of the big picture.





If you're thinking about starting a business, you probably have a lot on your plate already. You need to figure out what kind of product or service you want to offer, how much it will cost to produce or provide, who your target market is, and how much money you'll need to make it happen. So while you figure out these nitty-gritty tasks of your new business - what about the rest? That's where a virtual assistant can help. A VA is multi-skilled, well organised and can usually help you with tasks like:

  • Help with registering your business

  • Setting up your data storage/files/folder

  • Organising your electronic files into an easy-to-find system

  • Research the best software and apps to use in your business

  • Setting up software/apps

  • Create accounts with online apps and tools

  • Help with research and the setup of bank accounts, licenses, and trademarks

  • Help with your logo and branding materials

  • Design document templates

  • Help with website design and setting up your website

  • Set up social media accounts ready for use

  • Social media posting

  • ... the list could go on and on!!

Hiring a virtual assistant can save you hours of research and time required to set up processes and systems - time that you can be using on more important tasks in your business that only you can do.


Hiring a virtual assistant will help you work smarter in your new business from the start, enabling you to focus on the right things in your business.


If you need a bit of support in your business, I would love to show you how I can help you.


You can contact me via my website: www.vtaservices.co.uk


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