I’m a little late to the party… but thanks so much for the question and the answers!
I’ve been offering virtual assistant services to two coworking spaces for the past year (as a member perk/partner, not as an in-house service) and have been wondering if it’s something I should attempt to offer to more spaces. Most of the projects have been one-off requests instead of ongoing assistance, but in my mind (which is a virtual factory of great ideas, of course), it’s a nice gesture from the coworking spaces. The bonus is that members get a discounted rate.
I would love to know if other space owners/operators would be more interested if the assistance came from a service partner rather than a team member. Yes? No? Perhaps, if the sun, moon and stars lined up perfectly and no extra work were required???
On Saturday, November 21, 2015 at 2:05:25 PM UTC-5, Kevin Penstock wrote:
Thanks Ramon (and Alex on another thread). You’ve confirmed what I already new. After running our space for six years we’ve been asked maybe twice for virtual assistant services.
Just doing some research for some folks wanting to try this.
On Nov 21, 2015 3:31 AM, “Ramon Suarez” [email protected] wrote:
No, there’s just no demand for it and if anybody ever needs it they work with any of the existing concierge services, through freelance platforms and specialized companies
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