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Tacoma, WA, United States, 2006/04/10 - Virtual Assistance industry-specific business forms and legal agreement templates making life easier for the Virtual Assistant business owner.
One of the hardest parts of setting up a new Virtual Assistant business is drafting the business forms and agreements necessary to work with clients. The Relief, a successful Virtual Assistant practice in Tacoma WA, has come up with a solution that is bringing a collective sigh of relief (what else?) from new and veteran Virtual Assistants alike.
Danielle Keister, principal of The Relief, has created an online mini-store of Virtual Assistant Business Forms which can be accessed at therelief.com/forms-order-page.htm
The forms offered are high-quality, comprehensive business templates and legal agreement forms, reviewed by an attorney and used in Keister’s own practice. They are created in Word format with form fields provided for quick data customization. Buyers can easily add their own logo and branding. Besides usual business practicalities and Virtual Assistance specific details, an important feature of the forms is the incorporation of smart business processes and reinforcement of client responsibilities.
Asked why she is sharing her valuable proprietary knowledge, information that is normally fiercely guarded, Ms. Keister states, “It’s my belief that by helping other VAs be better business people and run more viable businesses, the better we then educate the marketplace. In turn, everyone in our industry will benefit in getting clients and commanding professional fees.”
This view is part of the mission of GrittyVA.com, a not-for-profit project Keister is spearheading, and one she believes will benefit anyone considers herself/himself a Virtual Assistant professional. Proceeds from the sales of these forms will help fund some of the exciting projects, tools and giveaways planned.
Pricing is currently set at introductory rates for easy affordability--only $5.00 each! But these ridiculously low prices are being offered for a limited time only--the value of the retainer agreements alone are worth several hundred dollars.