Become a Virtual Assistant and Start a Virtual Assistant Business
Lorac Virtual Solutions
Contact: Carol Ann Quibell
“How a simple, easy to follow guide, can help you become your own boss!”
Carol Ann Quibell has spent hours training, researching, and networking with others to learn how to become a Virtual Assistant and now she is sharing her information in an e-book “Start a Virtual Assistant Business”.
“This is an opportune time for anyone who wishes to get into this very high-in-demand industry and become self employed as a Virtual Assistant” states Quibell. Not that it’s going to be easy but with good research material and hard work anyone who wants to can start a Virtual Assistant Business.
Our current economy has forced many businesses to economize and reduce staff. This doesn’t mean the work doesn’t still need to be done. The big question business owners ask when faced with this dilemma is “How am I supposed to operate my business and look after everything else at the same time?”
“Hire a Virtual Assistant” says Carol Ann Quibell, co-owner of Lorac Virtual Solutions, a virtual company who provides administrative assistance and professional guidance to businesses and individuals across North America.
During the time Quibell started Lorac Virtual Solutions she found there was so much to learn and do, at times it became overwhelming. During the process she took courses, attended workshops, made contacts with other women, joined forums, and wrote pages of notes.
She has taken all of that material she spent months gathering and has put it together into an easy to follow guide for the reader to learn about this much needed business:
- What exactly is a Virtual Assistant?
- Seven steps to follow when starting your business as a Virtual Assistant.
- What top 10 virtual assistant services are in high demand?
- What education / experience do you need to have.?
- What niche clients should you target?
- Recommended Associations
- Recommended Forums
- Learn about marketing your business – online and offline
The term “Virtual Assistant” or VA is relatively new but is becoming extremely popular with business owners and individuals who require assistance without having the high costs of hiring employees, purchasing equipment or paying for office space.
“It’s not a secretarial service” says Carol Ann. “You will become a self employed business person who partners with other businesses to help them succeed. When your clients succeed ~ you succeed! It’s a win – win situation for everyone.”
About Carol Ann Quibell and Lorac Virtual Solutions:
Lorac Virtual Solutions www.loracvs.com was established by Carol Ann and Barry Quibell who have a very diverse background with over 25 years of management, administrative, customer service, staffing, employee training, freelance writing and self employment experience. Knowing what it takes to operate a business they have chosen to provide business owners, non-profit organizations, entrepreneurs and job seekers professional assistance and guidance in achieving success.
For more information about starting your own Virtual Assistant Business visit http://loracvs.blogspot.com/2010/11/how-simple-easy-to-follow-guide-can.html or contact Carol Ann at her email address of email@example.com .