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My Virtual Assistant Limited


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My Virtual Assistant – Professional virtual office support services for YOUR business.

My Virtual Assistant is a virtual office service operating across the UK, providing virtual office support, personal assistance, secretarial services, business support services and administration assistance remotely from its UK based offices.

We focus on assisting mobile professionals, entrepreneurs and small businesses that require the knowledge and skills of an experienced personal assistant, but only want that assistance when it suits them.

The main advantage of using My Virtual Assistant is complete flexibility. We can work as many or few hours as required and only charge you for the actual time worked. You can use us as a part time employee, for specific projects, or just to cover holidays, maternity leave or sickness.

With My Virtual Assistant, you will have no employee costs (NI contributions, holidays, sick cover, etc.) and can rest assured that you will be assigned the same assistant every time you use our services providing continuity and a proactive partnership for your business.

So what’s the catch? The catch is you’ll have more time on your hands. Spend it on the golf course, sitting on a beach somewhere, or doing more of the important and profitable things in your business, the choice is yours.

Please browse our Services section for more information about the range of skills we offer and Contact us for more details of how we can help your business.

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