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Virtual Assistance

Multiply your time with a remote extension that empowers focus on your core business strategy.

Tackle time-consuming tasks and offer access to specialized skills on-demand, all at a flexible cost, freeing Founders to focus on their vision.

Virtual assistants empower founders to be time-multiplying machines by handling tasks and leveraging global talent, all at a cost-effective rate.

Several factors make virtual assistants (VAs) particularly valuable for founders compared to traditional employees:

Flexibility and Scalability:

  • Project-Based or Hourly Support: Unlike full-time employees, VAs offer founders the flexibility to hire for specific projects or tasks, allowing them to scale their support up or down as business needs evolve. This is ideal for startups with fluctuating workloads.

  • Access to a Global Talent Pool: The virtual landscape removes geographical limitations. Founders can tap into a wider range of talent and expertise, finding VAs with specialized skills that might be harder to source locally.


  • Reduced Overhead Costs: Hiring a VA often costs less than hiring a full-time employee. Founders don't need to provide office space, equipment, or benefits, making it a budget-friendly option.

  • Focus on Core Business Activities: By delegating tasks to VAs, founders can free up their time and energy to focus on strategic initiatives like business development, product development, and fundraising. This can lead to faster growth and a higher return on investment.

Specialized Skills and Expertise:

  • Access to On-Demand Talent: Founders can find VAs with specific skillsets needed for specific projects, like bookkeeping, social media marketing, or graphic design. This allows them to access expertise without the commitment of a full-time hire.

  • Complementary Skillsets: VAs can fill the gaps in a founder's skillset. This is especially helpful for solo founders who may need assistance with various administrative, creative, or technical tasks.

Remote Work Integration:

  • Virtual Collaboration:  VAs are accustomed to working remotely and using online collaboration tools. This seamless integration makes them a perfect fit for founders who manage remote teams or have a geographically dispersed workforce.

  • Reduced Management Time:  Since VAs are often self-directed and experienced in working independently, they require less day-to-day management from founders compared to onboarding and managing a full-time employee.

In essence, VAs offer founders a unique blend of flexibility, affordability, and access to specialized skills. They can be a strategic asset for startups and growing businesses, allowing founders to focus on their core vision while ensuring smooth day-to-day operations.

Book an intro call (15min) with DNA-Business founders to understand your service request and we'll get you connected with experts in Virtual Assistance!


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