For Virtual Assistants

From PA to VA – Be Your Own Boss –
online mentoring programme

How to start and succeed as a Virtual Assistant

Thinking about becoming a virtual assistant?  Use your skills and experience as a PA or administrator to support the growing number of businesses who outsource support.  Becoming a VA is ideal if you want to work from home, work flexibly, are facing redundancy or want work to fit in with your lifestyle.

Join Susan Moore for 1:1 / group mentoring.  She will share her story and help you to:

  • Set up a VA business
  • Find clients
  • Market your business
  • Work with Associate VAs

Overview

Mentoring sessions are designed to help you get going with your new business.  We take an honest look at the benefits of being a VA and how to avoid the pitfalls.  Participants will learn about the nitty gritty of running a business including legal and financial issues; how to identify your ideal client and where to find them; how to raise your profile so that your clients can find you and how you can work as an Associate VA whilst you’re building your business.

Content

The Nitty Gritty – the rules and regulations, how to start up, setting up systems to enable you to work efficiently and with minimum stress. Your Marketing Mix – think about how you’re going to attract clients and make it easy for them to find you.

Working with Associate VAs – there will be times when you’ll need a watercooler moment or a helping hand.  Find out how to be a great Associate and build your VA network.

MooreVA workshops are run by Susan Moore, a leading Virtual Assistant, regular speaker and former VA of the year.  Susan runs a multi VA business and mentors PAs who want to become VAs.

Our workshops are designed for experienced Executive/Personal Assistants, secretaries, event organisers and administrators who are ready to make the leap to business owner.  If this sounds like you, please contact me for full details at smoore@moore-business.com  or on Twitter @MooreVA.

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I attended Susan’s PA to VA workshop in May 2014 and have now taken the leap to being a VA. The workshop was very useful -outlining different steps to becoming self-employed, steps specific to virtual assistant industry and benefits / pitfalls to becoming freelance in general so would definitely recommend it

Alison Matthews

“In business for 10 years – that’s an achievement in itself – and we can see how and learn why today. Thank you Susan.”

Office* Show seminar attendee, 2016