A virtual PA service is embarking on a major expansion after landing a series of new business wins.
Lifeline PA Services is building a new suite of offices at its Stillingfleet base and looking to create four new jobs.
Among its new clients is the prestigious London Diplomatic Association which seeks business opportunities between London based foreign embassies and UK companies. Lifeline PA Services has been engaged to assist with its business development programme.
Lifeline PA Services was established seven years ago by Alison Rothwell and now after weathering the recession, is heading for substantial growth.
“The business has really taken off and we are attracting new clients on a regular basis.
“We provide cost effective support to small businesses assisting them with a range of services including events management, booking appointments, book-keeping, database management and secretarial services.
“Our clients also include a number of high net worth individuals who use us for lifestyle management services which can include everything from booking flights to buying gifts. ”
Now work has started on new office facilities which will enable the business to take on more staff.
“There are many small businesses which are expanding and need support services but don’t want to commit to taking on extra staff.
“We are able to step in and provide the support they need either as one of projects or on-going basis.
“It’s a cost effective solution for clients and enables them to concentrate on their business while we look after their admin and other important, but time consuming, tasks.”