Category Archives for "starting your va business"

Black History Month & Virtual Assistants-Celebrating Brittany Dantzler

Black History Month - Brittany Dantzler

The AVA is proud to support all its members in what they want by doing the work they love from wherever they choose.  Each Association of Virtual Assistants member is making history and setting a new path for their lives and the lives of their families. Last week we highlighted Latrice Prater. This week we […]

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Black History Month & Virtual Assistants-Celebrating Latrice Prater

Celebrating Black History Month - Latrice Prater

Black History Month is an annual celebration recognizing the achievements of Blacks and African Americans in U.S. history. The Association of Virtual Assistants celebrates Black History Month and is taking special consideration to recognize its members during the month of February. The AVA is proud to support all its members in what they want by […]

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Association of Virtual Assistants Best Blogs of 2020! Part 3

Best of Blogs #3

The Association of Virtual Assistants is sharing the best blogs of 2020 in our December series!  Coming in at #3 is: Your First Year In Business As A Virtual Assistant: Member Stories You don’t have to struggle your first year in business as a virtual assistant. You also don’t have to go at it alone! […]

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The AVA State of the VA Industry Report – Finding Gaps in the Market

Gaps in the Market

Finding gaps in the market is essential as the Association of Virtual Assistants leads with its mission to be the most trusted source of information in the industry. When virtual assistants are thinking about entering the industry they want to know where the demand is in hope of finding their niche and clients.  A large […]

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The AVA State of the VA Industry Report – Freedom is the New Wealth

Freedom is the New Wealth

If freedom is indeed the new wealth, our respondents are very rich. When questioned, “Are you enjoying the freedom and flexibility you desire?”, 93.6% of the respondents we surveyed answered “Yes!” How many people can say that about their work right now? When the Association of Virtual Assistants decided to conduct the VA State of […]

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Partnerships That Help You Grow Your Business – Facebook Ads

facebook ads

The Association of Virtual Assistants is committed to providing members with opportunities for partnerships that help them grow their businesses.  Virtual assistants at all stages in their business want to grow their businesses. Whether it is to gain their first client, have a full book of business, grow a team or agency, or expand to […]

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Meet your Association of Virtual Assistants Slack Ambassadors

Slack Ambassadors

The role of the chosen Association of Virtual Assistants Slack Ambassadors is to use his/her strengths within the Slack platform. The goal of the AVA Slack Ambassador program is to assist, engage, and support members in the AVA Slack community. This includes understanding how to use Slack, real-time support, feedback, and a safe space where […]

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Meet your AVA Adminja Ambassador

Heather Nitch

The role of the chosen Association of Virtual Assistants Adminja Ambassador is to use his/her strengths within the Adminja platform. Our goal for the AVA Adminja Ambassador program is to raise awareness of the AVA, model the industry standards by fostering online and in-person relationships, bringing value to virtual assistants and clients through our industry-standard initiatives. […]

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Celebrating Mompreneurs: Why a Mom of 8 Children Became a Virtual Assistant

Mimi Klosterman

In this month’s blog series, we are celebrating mompreneurs. There was once a time when you wouldn’t dare mention you were a mom because you might not get hired. Or if your work performance was ever in question it could be blamed on being a mom. Moms just couldn’t seem to win or get ahead. […]

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Celebrating Mompreneurs: Not A Pinterest Mompreneur

Kiri Mohan

In this month’s blog series, we are celebrating mompreneurs. There was once a time when you wouldn’t dare mention you were a mom because you might not get hired. Or if your work performance was ever in question it could be blamed on being a mom. Moms just couldn’t seem to win or get ahead. […]

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