Need help with everyday business planning, data entry or office management?

Help is on hand with Admin Virtually, a virtual office assistant business, who service the Blue Mountains and Penrith areas.

They do basic accounts services, diary and email management, coordination of conferences and meetings, maintaining of databases, online meeting minute taking and more.

Admin Virtually has a few draw cards that would appeal as they don’t offshore their work and are an Australian owned and operated company. They can be hired for a one-hour admin job, to anything up to 30 hours a week, available from Mondays to Saturdays - so businesses can ‘avoid inflated costs, stress and responsibility of employing someone.’

There are no lock-in contracts, and they also take care of their own superannuation, leave entitlements and insurance, leaving their clients free from those responsibilities.

Their basic mission focus is to bring relief to businesses during busy periods, and to free up time for their clients, so they can focus on other aspects of their work, as well as making the best use of their time each day.

Business owner Kylie Phillips said she sincerely tries to do her best for clients.

“I have a strong work ethic, I'm self-motivated and I'm always trying to come up with new ways to help save my clients time, money and resources,” she said on her Facebook page. “I take pride in the work I do for my clients, and most of all, I love doing what I do.”

Kylie has worked in business administration roles for over 18 years, including in front desk and executive assistant roles. She has worked for trades, construction and security companies and has successfully completed a range of qualifications.

She has diplomas in business and business administration, plus a bundle of certificates covering fields like small business, leadership and management, professional writing and editing.

Check out her blog page and you will see Kylie supports others, who have or want to start their own business, and she has stories to support her clients.

You can contact her directly through her email, Instagram or phone on the website.

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