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The Virtual Assistant, the entrepreneur’s worst kept productivity secret. 
The Virtual Assistant industry is vast, diverse and thriving but what kind of jobs can you actually outsource to a VA? 
Here at Alchemy Virtual Assistance, we love a challenge! So we’ve started to put together a list of some of the type of tasks you could entrust to a professional Virtual Assistant.  
So, grab yourself a fresh cup of coffee and let's get going... 
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1. Research 
2. Email management 
3. Diary management 
4. Meeting minutes 
5. Event coordination 
6. Email marketing and newsletters 
7. Social media management 
8. Social graphics 
9. Infographics 
10. Letters and correspondence 
11. Blog research and writing 
12. Website updates 
13. Surveys 
14. Entering business cards onto a CRM or excel 
15. Call handling 
16. Preparing quotes 
17. Invoicing 
18. Bookkeeping 
19. Following up on leads and opportunities 
20. Preparation of training materials 
21. Presentation preparation 
22. Arranging client gifts 
23. Travel and accommodation arrangements 
24. Resizing images 
25. Outbound calling 
26. Community and membership management 
27. Designing business cards 
28. Sourcing suppliers 
29. Creating flyers 
30. File organisation 
31. Thank you and greetings cards 
32. Document formatting 
33. Recruitment support 
34. Team communication 
35. Project support and management 
36. YouTube descriptions and links 
37. Video editing 
Phew! We made it! 
DISCLAIMER: This is by no means a complete list but a few ideas to get you thinking... 
Here at Alchemy VA, we're incredibly fortunate to have a wonderful, talented team meaning that our clients benefit from a wider array of services and skills in a more consistent way.  
We're big enough to deliver yet small enough to care.  
Having said that, we know our limitations and work hard to develop a wide and trusted network who help us with the  
things that we don't excel at. So if there is something here that sparked a 'Yes! I need help with that' moment, do get in touch. If we can't help you, we certainly know someone that can. 
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