Atlanta, GA, November 08, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Business Employment Dynamics, 20% of small businesses fail within the first year, and about 50% fail by their fifth year.
Nicole Grinnell and Liz Goddard, co-founders of Cc: My Admin, a virtual operations company, have committed to changing those statistics one business at a time. Having both experienced family businesses first-hand while growing up, they know and understand just how important having quality support is for the success of any business.
“Many business owners find themselves in a catch-22,” said Goddard. “In order to grow their business, they need to hire reliable employees, but they need to grow their business in order to pay those employees. That’s where we come in.”
Offering a large variety of administrative, bookkeeping, operations and social media services, Cc: My Admin matches highly trained, knowledgeable, and U.S.-based virtual assistants to businesses needing the support.
And while a virtual assistant service isn’t new on the scene, Cc: My Admin’s business model is. Build on two simple, but impactful tenets, Cc: My Admin promises business owners who are looking for virtual support:
- “If we wouldn’t pay for it, we won’t charge it,” said Grinnell. Believing that small businesses are over charged and under serviced at just about every turn, Cc: My Admin’s prices are focused on bring the most value at the most reasonable cost.
- “We bill you after the work is completed,” said Grinnell. Other virtual admin companies require companies to buy blocks of hours on the front end of the work. That model doesn’t have the business owner’s best interest at heart. Cash flow is vital to any small business, and every dollar counts, and Grinnell and Goddard specifically considered this when starting the company.
In the 18 months the company has been in business, Cc: My Admin has become an integral part in over 150 businesses, often serving as a much needed lifeline. Visit their website (http://www.ccmyadmin.com) to see what small business owners all over the country are saying, and see how their services could have saved a business before it was too late in their recent blog post (http://www.ccmyadmin.com/a-virtual-assistant-wouldve-saved-my-business/).
“By providing much needed quality support, we’re excited to help our clients beat the small business odds. Our aim is to come alongside business owners to not only help their companies survive, but to Thrive,” said Goddard.