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Boston Based Virtual Assistant for Traveling Professionals

Business and travel have always gone hand in hand. It’s estimated that 1.3 million business trips happen every day in the United States. For many of these professionals, they spend more time in airports and hotel rooms than in their own homes. That can make things like home to-do lists or administrative tasks difficult to complete. And, who wants to drop off dry cleaning on one of the few days back home? This is where a virtual assistant comes in handy.

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Concierge Services for Personal Managers

Concierge Services for Personal Managers

If you spend your day advising and counseling talent and personalities in the entertainment industry, concierge services may provide all of the assistance you need on an as-needed basis. While you find and develop new talent and create opportunities for those artists you represent, your personal concierge team can check off the timely tasks on your to-do list. And you won’t have to worry about the privacy of your clients when you hire a reputable company with years of experience.

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Give Concierge Services for the Holidays

The holidays are fast approaching and it’s time to start shopping for the people on your list. It can be difficult to find the perfect gift for each person when everyone has different preferences and tastes. But, one thing we know for sure is that everyone needs more time– time to take up a new hobby, plan a trip to visit a long-distance friend, or spend quality time at home with family. Giving concierge services for the holidays is a priceless gift. Continue reading

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The Dilemma of Taking a Vacation

We know that it is hard for a lot of people to take a vacation leaving their work behind, whether they own a business or not. But for business owners, and especially small business owners, there are several additional layers of challenges when they are away from their businesses. Will things run smoothly if you are not there to support your team? What if an emergency happens? How do you account for loss of revenue if you are not there to generate business? Not to mention the loss of control that you feel. Continue reading