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  • Jenna Falcy

Which services should a virtual assistant offer ?

The question I am most frequently asked : I have no experience, can I still be a virtual assistant?


Being a virtual assistant doesn't require a long list of past experiences or an impeccable professional background. On the contrary, one of the advantages of this profession is the flexibility it offers, even without prior experience in the field.


As a virtual assistant, you can offer services that match your skills and previous experience, whether professional or personal. If your professional background involved administrative tasks, you likely gained valuable skills in document management, planning, and communication. These skills, even if not acquired as a freelancer, are entirely transferable to a virtual assistant career.

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Imagine if you worked in an environment where event management was part of your responsibilities. Those organizational and coordination skills can be leveraged as a virtual assistant. You can provide support during events, assist in planning and logistics, and even contribute to event promotion on social media.

The key is to highlight your existing skills, whether you've worked in administration, events, or even in a completely different field such as marketing and communication.

A virtual assistant has the freedom to define services based on their skills and interests.

The advantage of starting as a virtual assistant is that you can begin small, offering services you already master, and then expand your offerings as you gain experience. You can also undergo training to acquire new skills and broaden your scope.

If you're unsure where to start or how to create your business, don't hesitate to contact me! My training course is designed to guide you through every step of creating your virtual assistant business and ensuring the success of your professional transition.


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