Virtual Assistant Northampton March Update

How Virtual Assistants in Northampton roll…

I’m sat here on a Friday night catching up with everything because the business is growing fantastically! So much so we are employing new team members – to be introduced on the website soon. Due to this amazingly unexpected workload, the blog is lacking! I have decided I can only afford the time to update once a month – I’m too busy helping clients and they definitely come first! – Andrea Monaghan 🙂 xx

Quote of the month:
“When building a team, I always search first for people who love to win. If I can’t find any of those, I look for people who hate to lose.” Ross Perot

So what have the last couple of months brought us?

Virtual Assistant Online shop!

We now have a shop on the website so you can pay for virtual assistant hours online! It’s still a work in progress so watch this space for new and exciting products we will be selling.

We are happy to serve worldwide customers but of course it’s always nice to have a friendly face local to you. We are Virtual Assistants based in Northampton and service Warwickshire, Leicestershire and beyond! Perfectly positioned on J18 of the M1 we are happy to serve customers wherever they live!

A Highlight for us this month is developing a relationship with a large construction firm, working on a BIG BIM level 2+ project and hopefully changing the construction industry for the better! We can’t say much more, but this is a great opportunity for us and we’re really pleased to be on the team!

Making websites

I am virtual assist has created 5 websites this month and are keeping our clients happy with SEO getting one of our clients to the top of Google has been a highlight for March most definitely! Our virtual assistant business in Northampton creates, edits, and maintains company websites – we are always happy to talk so give us a call to discuss your WordPress needs.

GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) comes into force on May 25. So, we’re setting up systems to ensure compliance.

GDPR seeks to improve the transparency and security of how an individual’s personal information is collected, stored and used, replacing the current 1998 Data Protection Act.

GDPR encompasses all businesses who deal with customers, clients or contractors who live in Europe, including the UK and will be law even after Brexit.

UK businesses must comply with these regulations or face substantial fines or potential business owners may even face a prison sentence – Something else to keep us busy over the coming months for sure!

On that note, we must say Happy Easter to all of our followers and hope you all have a great time over the holiday period!

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