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For detailed information about the latest pricing, services and packages available, please enter your name and email address into the box on the right and we will send you a link to download our latest Information Pack. >>>>

Virtual Assistant Taster Package

Never used a VA before or keen to try before you buy? This option is ideal if you would like to experience our administration support services to find out how well it can work for you and your business. This package is also useful if you would like to use us for a specific project or a limited number of hours.

We include a free initial telephone consultation to see how we can best meet your needs, free set up and up to 5 hours dedicated to supporting your business. For more information enter your name and email address into the box above right and we will send you a link to download our latest Information Pack.

Virtual Assistant Pay As You Go Packages – Ideal if you need a part time PA

We don’t ask for a long term commitment, we don’t charge retainer fees or tie you to “use it or lose it” bundles of hours, instead we’ve put together the ideal Pay As You Go Packages. If you would like to use our personal business assistant services on a regular basis for the best value and complete flexibility you can purchase blocks of time in advance and use them over the following three months. For more information enter your name and email address into the box above right and we will send you a link to download our latest Information Pack.

Telephone Call Handling

Our virtual reception partner service answers your business calls on your behalf and sends you the messages by email or text. With no set up fees, no ongoing contract and no monthly charges, for more information and £5 free credit so you can try it for free click here.

One-Size Does Not Fit All!

We understand that all businesses have different needs. To discuss your particular business requirements, and obtain a free no obligation estimate for services tailored to suit your needs, why not contact us today.

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