Executive Virtual Associate is a Virtual Assistance business providing admin support to busy business owners and leaders, giving them back some of their valuable time!
Launched by Sam Spence in October 2012, it is the first Virtual Assistant Business to be recognised with the Australian Virtual Business Network (AVBN) as a Registered Australian Virtual Business (RAVB).
We take care of the tasks you can't do, don't do or shouldn't do, allowing you to concentrate on what you want and need to do.
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