Clare Lock (AnyAdmin Virtual Assistant Services)
|Last online||22nd Feb 2011|
|Member since||27th Feb 2008|
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|Number of posts||284|
|Number of testimonials||3|
AnyAdmin Virtual Assistant Services offers you a cost and time effective solution to your admin nightmares. We can help you move your business onto the next level by freeing up your time to work on building your business rather than running it.
Firmly believing in the old saying of "do what you do best" I work with a network of VA's and Bookkeepers to provide the my clients with the best solution for their businesses. Some of the services we offer are: Digital transcription, mail merge and mail shots, database creation, diary management, newsletters, email marketing, event management and book keeping. This is not an exhaustive list, if you don't see what you require just ask.
The benefits for you is that you only pay for the time you use, you have no overheads and no tax, national insurance or benefits to pay. Our services are tax deductable and you will be gaining a business partner rather than an employee.
Talk to me about how we can help you reach your business goals this year.
Having spent the last 18 years in the secretarial industry in a variety of forms starting at Office Junior working my way up to PA to MD status and Office Manager positions I decided the time was right to jump out of the corporate world and do something for myself - but what? The answer was staring me in the face but I didn't realise it until I read an article about the burgeoning VA industry in the UK - I had my EUREKA moment. I went off and did research into being a VA and decided that it was very much for me, I then went and did a training course to equip me with the right tools to become self employed and to give me the confidence to do it
I decided it would be a good idea to start the business whilst I was still employed so AnyAdmin Virtual Assistant Services was started on 1st April 2007, it took some juggling, lots of late nights and sacrificed evenings and weekend but I finally felt confident enough to leave corporate life on 31 March 2008 - a full year after I'd started the business. Now I'm enjoying the freedom that being self employed has given me as well as the great network of colleagues and clients I've built up over the year.
I live in Hoddesdon with my husband and 5 cats. In my spare time (ha ha) I enjoy reading, listening to music (OK, I admit it I was and still am a Duranie, but I also listen to Rock, Pop, Classical and Operetta - hows that for diversity?), catching up with family and friends, horse riding and dancing (not together) cinema and travel.