Danielle Keister is working on a research project for her group, the Virtual Assistance Chamber of Commerce, and needs a volunteer for a case study.
She’s looking for one solo business owner—either a PR professional or business or marketing consultant—who is currently doing everything themselves in their business. They must not have any administrative support, and they must be willing to religiously document all their activities and time spent in their business for one month, then give that data to her.
In exchange, after that one-month period, they’ll get 20 hours of her virtual assistance service for free.
“The idea is to take someone who has no administrative support in their business, and show a picture of that business before with no support, and then after with just a bit of strategic support,” Danielle said.
She’ll be using the case study and the numbers crunched from it to help promote the virtual assistance profession. The results will be used in her media kit to show business owners how they can “create” more time for themselves to get more done and grow their business.
Interested? Contact her at email. Sounds like a great deal.