Jo Harrison formed Writer’s Block Admin Services in 2011 after taking voluntary redundancy from a large UK University where she co-ordinated the postgraduate programmes in psychotherapy and mental health. With over 20 years experience working for various organisations in administrative roles, Jo now has a wide ranging skill set to offer her clients which includes general … Continued
Amanda Walden founded ALW Virtual Assistant in October 2012, and whilst she may be relatively new to the Virtual Assistant world, she is certainly far from it when it comes to providing support to people and their businesses.
Zeina Barker started V-Efficient Ltd in 2009 after taking a break in 2007 to start a family. Prior to that she worked in London for International companies undertaking various support roles.
Sue Stott started SMS Typing Services in June of this year after being made redundant from a local construction company where she worked as a Learning & Development co-ordinator.
Bernadette Jones formed First4admin in 2008 after working as a PA / Secretary up to Chairman’s level for over 30 years as well as having a long held desire to work for herself one day.
Carole Meyrick launched Office Stuff in 2005 after being made redundant at the end of 2003 and embarking on an idea that had been fermenting away in her mind due to the distinct lack of work opportunities in mid-Wales
Lyndsey Gilchrist started Call Team in 2009 having traded as a VA since February 2005 offering Virtual PA Support and Call Handling. Then in October 2009, she rebranded and offered clients an Intelligent Call Handling service, with VA Services.
Susie Skinner started her Virtual Assistance business, Susie Skinner VA, in July 2004 She left school with no fixed idea of what on earth to do for a living, just relieved to be finished with school!
Tracy Baker launched Coffee Not Included in May 2011 after running a secretarial and bookkeeping business for approximately 6 years. Prior to this she worked in the corporate world for a number of business ranging from charities, financial institutions and IT companies. Ever conscious of the growing popularity of the internet she wanted to take her skills and expand the services … Continued
Dawn Lane’s career started in the Royal Navy in 1977 where she spent 22 years honing her leadership and organisation skills. She left in 1999 with a lot of experience but no qualifications other than the ‘O’ levels she had when she left school. After working for the local constabulary as a communications operator for a while, she was becoming bored … Continued