Businesses are feeling a lot of economic pressure from the Coronavirus crisis. Offices and shop fronts are now closed and adapting to the virtual world is new territory for many. In response to this, many business owners have turned to Virtual Assistants for help.
We’re lucky that the Virtual Assistant Industry has always been fully remote and incredibly robust. In just a click and a phone call, business owners can seek the help of Virtual Employees with transferable skills that can work in any timezone and be productive during turbulent times.