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Virtual Assistant Jobs – Events and Travel Planning – Prepare Participant Bios

Posted on November 30, 2012 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

Virtual assistants can undertake a whole range of business support jobs. From basic administration through to web site marketing and online business management.

Have you thought about outsourcing your…

Events and Travel Planning – Prepare Participant Bios

You’ve probably seen films where a politician or leader has names and personal information whispered into his or her ear just before he greets another person. While we can’t normally attend the meeting with you, we can provide the next best thing: If you provide the names of people who will attend your chosen event we can give you background information, recent news, and other pieces of information that will help you make a great impression on everyone you meet. Then, instead of saying, “Nice to meet you,” imagine yourself saying, “Nice to meet you… congratulations on starting your new product line. How is that going?”

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