Virtually Helps, LLC: Has Joined the World of Women Entrepreneurs

Liz LaClair, President and Owner of Virtually Helps, LLC officially opened her doors in to the virtual world. She’s a professional virtual assistant, specializing in Office 2007 and writes on-line articles too.

Waterford, MI, August 14, 2010 --( Liz LaClair, President of Virtually Helps, LLC started her business as a means to an end. For more than 20 years, Liz honed her skills in a traditional office setting then learned there was an alternative and jumped into entrepreneurship with both feet. The business is a virtual assistant service based in Michigan but not limited to working with Michigan residents. “When working in the virtual world, you are your only limit for who you work with!” says the new businesswoman. Liz has also found that some people were not finding the Microsoft Office 2007 changes to be as easy as hoped. She has been writing her Tid Bits of Help on various Microsoft Office products. All of the articles are aimed at assisting the reader more easily navigate the Office 2007 product. You can find her articles on, and is a contributing writer for AdminAdvantage/PA Enterprise (electronically published by Desk Demon).

Mrs. LaClair noted the positive growth of the Professional virtual assistant/Executive secretary segment of the business world and found this to be a good time to start her business. Her niche is a concierge Executive secretary. Mrs. LaClair is taking advantage of her passion, and putting it in to what she calls Fun. She feels that if you don’t have fun with your business and what your’re doing, what’s the use? Liz likes to use her creativity as one way to make her clients look good.

Mrs. LaClair has taken her years of in-office experience and is putting that knowledge to work in her business. Her passion is being “behind the scenes” helping clients from editing a report and re-vamping it, to making travel arrangements, to confirming appointment and various jobs in between. She recently joined the Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce, where she is already making an impact on her fellow members – she’s teaching them what a virtual assistant is and what one can do for them.

Mrs. LaClair recently agreed to become a part-time instructor with Huron Valley Schools Recreation and Community Education. Starting in September she will be teaching the Introduction to Computers course, then in November she will teach the Introduction to Word and Excel course.

As you can see, Mrs. LaClair is happiest when working with people and not just waiting for something to happen. You can find more about Liz LaClair and Virtually Helps by going to her site: once there you can download an ebook she has put out featuring some of her Tid Bits of Help.

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