Virtual Assistant to Support New and Existing Small Business Owners Throughout the United States
Brighton, MI, May 07, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- A Michigan mom recently started her own work-from-home business as a Virtual Assistant. She has successfully reached out to multiple small business owners throughout Michigan and the U.S. Her focus is to assist small business owners who need help juggling tedious administrative tasks.
Elizabeth Debol started Business Virtual Services in 2012. This wasn’t her first business start-up. After successfully starting and running her own licensed home daycare and then successfully starting and running her own residential house cleaning business, she decided to start yet another small business.
Knowing how hard it was to be an entrepreneur, Elizabeth was still taking 5 college classes online, running her house cleaning business, taking care of her children, and starting her virtual assistant business all at the same time.
“Being able to support other entrepreneurs is a great feeling,” said Elizabeth. “Knowing that I can assist them with some of the very things I was juggling when starting my businesses, gives me a sense of satisfaction. I hope to become their go-to-gal for small business.”
In 2010, after finding out her son was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, and realizing that working a full-time 9-5 job was out of the question, Elizabeth started dreaming up that perfect work-from-home job.
“Between years of office experience from previous jobs, having a passion for being an entrepreneur, needing to be organized at all times, and wanting to help others, I knew being a Virtual Assistant was the perfect job for me. And I love it.”