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Start Your Own VA Business Webinar – May 2019

May 1 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm


What if you could jump on a call with an industry expert and get your questions answered about starting your own VA business? You Can…

Join me to learn the top 3 things that you need to know when becoming a VA. I understand and know how it feels when you are considering setting up as a VA. Remember, I have been there, I have been you and now I want to help you succeed.

What will be covered?

  • About You and the Industry: Being clear about the skills you need in your toolbox, experience required and what you will be offering to your clients.
  • How much to charge? What you need to earn to thrive as a VA and make the transition, as well as how it works using the support of other VA’s, what you should be charging and invoicing procedures.
  • Getting your first clients: An introduction to marketing strategies that work when you have limited time and/or resources, conducting your first call with an enquirer, how to conduct a consultation with a prospective new client, and an overview of your marketing material i.e. your website, social marketing and networking to gain clients.

Join me on this free Kick Start Your VA Business Webinar and get your questions answered. These sessions are your opportunity to pick my brain.

When: Wednesday 1 May  2019 Start Your own VA Business

Where: Webinar – A link to join me on Zoom will be provided to you on registration.  Click here to register or complete the form below.

Time: 8pm (GMT)

Start Your Own VA Business Webinar

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