Bristol is one of the most successful cities in the UK, with a higher employment rate than most ‘core’ cities in the UK. Its mix of High Tech, Creative, Digital and Green industries has seen strong growth in recent years. According to statistics compiled by Inform Direct, Bristol saw 4,942 new businesses formed in 2015, a 4.1% increase on 2014.
Get Ahead VA is a nationwide virtual assistance agency which supports small and medium sized businesses. They provide a range of business services including marketing, social media, PR, event management and administration on an hourly, project or ongoing basis.
Kimba joins the Get Ahead VA team, bringing with her nearly a decade of experience in a variety of marketing, email marketing and administrative roles. She is highly experienced in social media management as well as corporate communications, website administration and CRM campaigns.
Founder and CEO of Get Ahead VA Rebecca Newenham said: “Bristol is a major business hub and a gateway to the South West. We felt that as our business grew there was a real opportunity to extend our presence on the ground there by appointing Kimba. Her enthusiasm and tenacity is already proving to be a real asset to our team. Her face to face networking will work in tandem with our online marketing to raise awareness of the excellent range of virtual assistant services that we can offer to small and medium sized businesses in Bristol and the South West.”
Get Ahead VA provide a nationwide virtual assistant service with the flexibility, value and performance that small businesses need in the 21st century, digital economy. They pride themselves on being the staff their clients don’t see, but the difference they do. To find out more about their services or to get in touch please visit www.getaheadva.com or contact 0117 214 1808.
"Bristol is a major business hub and a gateway to the South West. We felt that as our business grew there was a real opportunity to extend our presence on the ground there by appointing Kimba. Her e"
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