Oxley, Queensland (PRWEB) May 16, 2006
WHAT: Lyn Prowse-Bishop of Executive Stress Office Support in Queensland, Australia offers tips on working with international clients. In her session entitled, “Working with International Clients,” Lyn discusses the special circumstances (language and cultural differences) which surround working with international clients and how to close the geographical divide.
After 10 years of being defined as an “emerging cottage industry,” virtual assistants worldwide will gather together virtually in recognition of the first annual Online International Virtual Assistants Convention (OIVAC), which makes its debut on Thursday, May 18, 2006. Entitled “Pathways to Successful VA Practices,” the Internet-based convention is designed to bring together all virtual assistants for best practices seminars, training workshops, presentations and exhibits. Seminar topics include such diverse topics as “How to retain clients through exceptional customer service” to “Utilizing 21st century technology in a virtual environment to working with international clients”. The convention Coincides with the first annual International Virtual Assistants Day on May 19, 2006.
WHO: Lyn Prowse-Bishop is Australia’s first certified Master Virtual Assistant. She has 15+ years experience in senior Executive PA roles in the legal and hospitality industries. Her practice services clients in four States of Australia, in the UK, and on both coast of the United States.
OIVAC is an international convention of Virtual Assistants providing learning, training, networking and information-sharing experience conducive to the hectic schedules of work-at-home and virtual entrepreneurs. For more information contact email@example.com or visit the website at http://www.oivac.com.
WHEN: Friday, May 19, 2006 at 9:30 a.m.
TOPIC: Working with International Clients
WHERE: Online International Virtual Assistants Convention (OIVAC) at http://www.oivac.com.
DETAILS: Attend this session with Lyn Prowse-Bishop and learn how to build a true international virtual assistance practice. For more information contact OIVAC chairperson Sharon Williams at 1-410-521-7001.
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