Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 11, 2007
Chameleon Office Pros encourages businesses to hire "virtually" to promote the welfare of the environment.
After several years of working in a corporate environment and enduring long commutes and high gas bills, Heidi Saeter, owner of Chameleon Office Pros, started her Virtual Assistant business with the intention of reducing wear and tear on the environment while continuing to use her skills to enhance the lives of other business owners. Because a Virtual Assistant can work from virtually anywhere, Heidi, based in Chicago, has clients as far away as California.
Heidi explains that a Virtual Assistant utilizes technology to communicate with clients to complete tasks such as email newsletters, website updates, database management, document creation, webinars, and more.
Those who utilize a Virtual Assistant's services benefit in the following ways:
1) No need to hire full or part-time employees
2) No need to worry about paying benefits
3) No extra equipment or office space needed
4) And, best of all... a Virtual Assistant only invoices for time spent on a project
With all of the global warming and environmental concerns circulating the news wires in recent months, Heidi decided to do her part by offering a percentage of her company's profits to various environmental organizations each quarter.
Using a Virtual Assistant benefits the environment by:
1) Utilizing technology to reduce paper waste
2) Saving on gas and energy
3) Cutting down on vehicle emissions
Chameleon Office Pros offers free consultations to those who are interested in working with a Virtual Assistant.
Consider the possibilities and think green!
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