Tampa, FL, January 28, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Office Assistance Plus announced today the launch of their 2009 Get Organized Specials just in time to save those New Year’s Resolutions.
By now most people have already given up on their New Year’s Resolutions. According to Goals Expert, Michael York, “Statistics show that somewhere in the vicinity of 97% of New Year’s resolutions won’t be kept.”
Recognizing that busy professionals and small business owners don’t have time to waste and are trying to succeed in today’s economic climate, Office Assistance Plus fills a much needed role by offering services that will help them keep their New Year’s Resolutions. Services range from organizing workspace, managing contacts, leads and filing systems to customized office assistant services.
“Business professionals need to be focused on areas that stimulate revenues, profits and business growth and not office organization and administrative tasks,” says Lisa Assetta, President of Office Assistance Plus. “They are wearing too many hats, and without the appropriate support they are doomed to struggle.”
“Working with Office Assistance Plus has been a big Plus for me in taking a load off my shoulders,” says Kathy Perry, President of Mirror Factor Marketing. “Small business owners can no longer be effective if they are trying to do everything by themselves, outsourcing admin support is critical.”
About Office Assistance Plus:
Office Assistance Plus has been "making offices work" for busy professionals, solo entrepreneurs, and small businesses since 2007. Lisa Assetta, President, has taken her 22 years of experience as an administrative professional and now shares her expertise in workspace and workflow management to help streamline offices and provide support for administrative tasks.
Office Assistance Plus believes in “giving back” to the local community and currently provides administrative support to the Hillsborough County Anti-Drug Alliance (HCADA), a local nonprofit. Lisa is also a Hands on Tampa Bay/United Way volunteer, a Susan G. Komen Foundation Race for the Cure volunteer, and she supports the ReStart Program for at-risk teens in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties, Florida.
Lisa Assetta, President
Office Assistance Plus