MONROE, Conn. -- Learn about "Virtual Assistant" and "Virtual Office" at the December "Bring Your Lunch n' Learn" program at the Edith Wheeler Memorial Library in Monroe on Wednesday, Dec 9.
As entrepreneurs’ efforts to cultivate and grow their businesses start to gain traction, the need to become more organized also increases. Retaining the services of a "Virtual Office" or "Virtual Assistant" is becoming an increasingly attractive and affordable option for not only the entrepreneur but also the busy executive.
For those who feel overwhelmed or need assistance to ensure they are getting everything done that needs to get done and not fall through the cracks, a Virtual Office/Virtual Assistant just might be the answer. In this workshop, students will learn what a Virtual Office/Virtual Assistant is, how it works and how to go about selecting one.
Presenter Ivy Royster is the president of Ivy League Enterprises, LLC, Virtual Assistant Consultants, based in Stratford. She has over a decade of experience in customer service and as a virtual assistant. Her varied client roster includes both MBE and WBE million-dollar non-profit organizations as well as a variety of small- to medium-sized businesses.
The program will be held from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. on Dec. 9 in the Ehlers Meeting Room. Registration is required. Call the adult/teen services librarian at 203-452-2852 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Edith Wheeler Memorial Library is at 733 Monroe Turnpike.
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