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Starting A Virtual Assistant Business

There are two options available, firstly, you can purchase a license to run your own branch of My Virtual Assistant in your local area, or secondly, you can set up on your own.

Option One – Buying a Virtual Assistant Business License with My Virtual Assistant Limited

This is by far the easiest, quickest and most profitable way to set up your business. You hit the ground running and there is no learning curve as full training is provided, along with the benefit of our years of experience.

For detailed information about why you should chose this option, how it all works, what it costs, what you can earn and much more, visit: www.myvirtualassistant.co.uk

Option Two – Setting Up Your Own Virtual Assistant Business

Step number 1: Find out if running your own virtual assistant business is the right thing for you.

Action: Download the guide ‘Setting Yourself Up As A Virtual Assistant
Once you’ve made the decision that becoming a virtual assistant is the way forward for you, move on to step number 2 below.

Setting Yourself Up As A Virtual Assistant 

Setting yourself up as a virtual assistant is an exciting step but one which should not be taken without some serious consideration. Starting any new business, particularly one where you work from home, can appear either a stimulating or frightening prospect, or both, depending on your perspective and experience. Breaking out from the ‘employed’ world and into one where you are your own boss is an exhilarating prospect, but being responsible for that business and solely reliant on yourself to generate your income can be a very daunting reality.
We have published a guide designed to raise some points you may not have considered and pose a series of questions you need to ask yourself in order to decide if setting yourself up as a virtual assistant is really for you. If you decide it is, what follows is a list of steps to help you navigate your way through this new alien self employed environment and put you firmly on the road to success – all for just £9.95

Topics covered include:

  • Consider if working for yourself and working from home is for you?
  • Do you have the necessary skills and experience?
  • Decide how you will manage your time.
  • Decide how much money you can invest in your business.
  • Do your research.
  • Write a business plan.
  • Join professional organisations.
  • Don’t forget to market your business.

As a thank you for purchasing our guide, we offer you one years discounted membership of The UK Association of Virtual Assistants. The guide effectively pays for itself!
For your copy of our information packed guide for new virtual assistants, click on the Add To Cart button

Comments from our Readers

The United Kingdom Association of Virtual Assistants, is the Virtual Assistants/PA directory founded by Justine Curtis.   Her ebook, directory and blog are so informative, they just show what can be achieved by perseverance and hard work.
Anita James http://www.anitajamesvirtualpa.co.uk

“I have now downloaded the booklet and it looks very informative. just what I needed to help me with my future decisions. I would like to thankyou for your very kind & encouraging comments, should I proceed with this venture I will defintely be contacting your organisation in the future. Many thanks again.” Joyce

Please note that this publication is in Ebook format. After making your payment please follow the download instructions.

Step number 2: Learn how to run your business

You may have all the skills you need to complete client work, but can you run your own business and make it a success?
Action: Download the Start Your Virtual Assistant Business Online Course

The VA Success Group offer the best Virtual Assistant training courses available in the UK today

“Start Your Virtual Assistant Business Online Course”

Create YOUR perfect VA business

“Marketing For Virtual Assistants”

Building On Solid Foundations

“Networking for Virtual Assistants”

Networking Your Way to Success

There is also a range of very useful free materials, template legal documents, podcasts and more.

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