Hello! My name is Sarah Clark, VA and founder of SVC Virtual Assistant.
I have worked in London and Essex as a PA for the last 14 years in a variety of sectors, including Property, Insolvency and Insurance. During this time, I gained a great deal of knowledge and a varied skill set which my clients now benefit from.
SVC Virtual Assistant was designed to help support businesses, entrepreneurs and households who feel overwhelmed with their day to day administrative needs. To grow your clientele, increase your productivity and return a work-life balance.
Click here to see just some of the fantastic testimonials and recommendations clients have provided after using SVC Virtual Assistant.
So why hire a VA instead of a permanent member of staff?
Well firstly, it makes financial sense! There are no recruitment fees, NI, Tax, or normal staff overheads. You have the flexibility to request assistance as and when you require it, giving you the power to budget on a month by month basis.
A VA can take away the administrative stress each and every business faces, leaving you to concentrate on your customers and the day to day running of your business. They can provide market research, social media management and event organisation, building your client base and helping to grow your organisation.
With such a varied skillset they are able to help in nearly every aspect of a business, effectively helping you achieve twice the amount with no extra effort on your part.
Below is an overview of the services SVC Virtual Assistant provides. If you cannot see what you are looking for, please do get in touch and we can discuss your requirements and how we can work together.
All services are carried out to the highest standard and in a professional and timely manner.
Virtual Office Management
Diary & Inbox Management
Copywriting and Proofreading
Database Creation & Maintenance
Guest Speaker Research
Collation of Materials
Front of House Management
Household Utility Maintenance & Research
Gifting & Personal Correspondence.
“Secret shopper” Company Research
Industry Rate Comparisons
Potential Client Sources
Current Industry Technologies