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Local Virtual Assistant Receives Entrepreneurial Recognition
Deneen Wilson receives VAccolade Business Entrepreneur Award
By: Deneen Wilson
The VAccolade Award not only recognizes participation at VAnetworking, the world’s largest member-based Virtual Assistant networking association online, but also recognizes the professionalism with which Wilson presents herself on the Web, thereby giving her more credibility among other Virtual Assistants.
“Virtual Assistants (VAs) are business owners who work from their own offices providing professional support, services and skills to their clients via phone, fax and Internet-based technology. Partnering with a VA reduces stress, protects cash flow, eliminates administrative hassles, and enables business people to find the success they originally set out to achieve. A VA is your right-hand person helping you to succeed in your business. The irony is you may never meet your VA as odds are they live nowhere near you!” (definition from www.VAnetworking.com)
Wilson specializes in administrative services and is a home-based administrative professional providing various online services to her clients. She started her Virtual Assistance career as a way to help small businesses that are overwhelmed with paperwork and do not know where to turn for help.
In a recent survey from VAnetworking, the United States has the largest number of VAs, followed by Canada, Australia and Europe. Clients pay only for time spent on their projects. There’s no need to pay for taxes, benefits, equipment, etc. VAs are hired on an hourly or a monthly retainer basis.
For more information about The Typing Bug, visit www.typingbug.com.
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Launched in 2009, The Typing Bug specializes in offering administrative services to small, mom and pop, rural and family-owned businesses as well as non profits and solo entrepreneurs. The beauty of The Typing Bug is that it is virtual which means that Wilson can offer the same great service and support to clients anywhere in the country as easily as she can to ones locally. Visit the website at www.typingbug.com.