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How To: Virtual Assistant New Client Contract

How To Create A Virtual Assistant Client Contract From Scratch

If you’re an aspiring virtual assistant or a new virtual assistant and you’re busy brainstorming ways to grow your business I am sure you’ve asked the question, “where can I find a sample virtual assistant new client contract”?

When I was launching my virtual assistant business the thought of creating my own new client contract seemed daunting.   I didn’t know what key information should go into the contract.   Today I am whole lot smarter as I’ve been working as a virtual assistant for over 5 years.

Listen to the video below that I just created that talks about what you must include in your virtual assistant client contract.

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If you want to get your hands on the contract I created for my successful 6-figure virtual assistant business click here and download it today. 

Leave a comment below and let me know if you have any questions about creating a virtual assistant client contract!

Rock on!

XOXO,

Reese

7 Responses to How To: Virtual Assistant New Client Contract

  1. Sara says:

    Thank you so much for your contract! That would have been such a headache to come up with, very helpful!

  2. Hi Reese,

    I just watched your video and clicked on the link for the welcome package information but the link is no longer working. Is there another way to access the information? Please advise and thank you so much for taking an interest in helping me successfully grow my business.

  3. Cheryl McLean says:

    Reese
    I have received your client onboarding package and morphed it to my own needs and verbiage. What a great package you have put together. I like how it demonstrates to the client how concise and professional you are. Well done!!! THANK YOU once again for being so forthcoming with the info needed to run my own VA business. I love your generous spirit and serving heart. I am working on my LinkedIn profile and having a bit of trouble, as it doesn’t seem to be user friendly. But the point is I am moving forward. God bless you.
    Hugs, Cheryl

    • Reese says:

      You’re welcome, Cheryl! Just keep pushing on. This is a new frontier for you and like anything new there is a learning curve. You’ll get there. :)

  4. Keisha says:

    Hi there,

    Thanks for sharing your video it was very helpful. I have just started my business as a VA, however I was wondering how did you manage your first client, what should you have ready to talk about and inform them before moving on? Also how did you find clients? I Have promoted my site for advertising, social medial, mailouts etc..are there other ways as well?

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