Meet your teamHannah and Dinah - your daughter and Mum Virtual Executive Assistants
I specialise in business excitement stage, client communications and also take care of the online reputation of our clients. This means I manage websites, update blogs, manage social media accounts through creating conversations and building relationships and ensure e-newsletters go out.
I also tend to do the email management for clients, so they have faith that any new clients or potential leads that come through are dealt with in the utmost confidence and professionalism.
- Inspiring and Motivating 40% 40%
- Social Media Coaching and Content 30% 30%
- Back up admin support 20% 20%
- Cocktails and Dark Chocolate 10% 10%
I have run successful businesses in the past as well as working within the fast-paced world of pharmaceuticals. I adore writing, whether it’s in social media content or by creating engaging blogs and website content for our clients.
I tend to specialise in working with our Charity clients, helping them raise their profile and achieve more support. I also do a large amount of the writing for our Marketing and PR clients, as this is an area I worked in for 20 years.
- Writing 45% 45%
- Coming up with new ideas for our clients 30% 30%
- Cupcakes 15% 15%
- Gardening 10% 10%
We help our clients both ad hoc and on a recurring basis, this means we are there for them when they need us.
We share when we will get tasks completed by, and what to expect from us.
A Part of Your Team
We love becoming a part of your team – we get excited about new projects, become emotional as you do when you achieve a new milestone, and want to help you to achieve your goals.
We have regular calls with our clients, as well as together, to see if there are more things we can do, what’s new to the world of our industry and how these can be implemented to help our clients get even more.
It is imperative to us that we stay in touch. A thing we have learned more and more over the years of running our business. Stay in touch, answer questions and be there to apologise if something goes wrong, then fix it & learn from it.