Why you should hire a VA to manage you (and not the other way round!)
You’ve got a million ideas to build your brand as a professional speaker, but as a solopreneur, how many do you actually have the time to do?
Setting up a CRM system, getting your newsletter out, filling your content funnel, updating your Website, or maybe it’s time to launch online events and do the marketing too? It’s enough to make you want to tear your hair out, because it’s feels impossible. But is it?
Learn first-hand the strategies and insights Gina has gained over the last six-years of building her own remote team — including hiring and working with virtual assistants and using automation to scale your business productivity.
What you will learn:
- Identify the tasks you need to stop doing (and what you should be doing instead!)
- What can be delegated to a human virtual assistant and what can be automated?
- Where and how to hire remote team members – and how to avoid the classic mistakes
- Best practices for onboarding and training your remote team, and the tools you will need
Gina Romero, Entrepreneur, Ecosystem Builder, Inclusive Innovation, Women’s Economic Empowerment
Gina Romero is an unconventional entrepreneur and community builder. She was a founding member of The Athena Network (UK) women’s business network in 2005 and went on to be the Operations Director in 2008. In 2011, after relocating to Singapore with her family, Gina launched The Athena Network Singapore and APAC. As part of her mission to better equip women entrepreneurs and professionals with the technology skills to scale their businesses and careers, Gina launched Connected Women (Singapore) in 2013 and the Connected Women Magazine in 2014. In 2016 she set her heart on helping Filipino women and moved to the Philippines. In 2017 she co-founded Women Jobs, a social impact tech start-up that matches talented Filipino women with meaningful remote work opportunities.
Connected Women runs a number of initiatives that provide technology skills training and online job matching and aims to impact 100,000 women in the Philippines. They have received global recognition in the categories of inclusive innovation (Asia/USA), the future of work (UK), and e-employment (Switzerland).
Connected Women is a Matching Service, and the core business is to ‘match the right virtual assistant (VA) to your work style and pace, as well as someone who aligns with your company values’. When you have a great VA you can focus on bigger priorities, knowing that the mundane or routine work is under control.