(PRWEB) February 28, 2012
February has Super Bowl Sunday with touchdown passes, and chicken wings and pizza; March has St. Patrick’s Day with green beer and leprechauns; April has Easter with egg hunts and bunnies; and May has the 7th Annual Online International Virtual Assistants Convention (OIVAC – http://oivac.com), May 17-19, the Virtual Assistant Industry’s online assembly focused on business growth, development, mentorship and networking.
With a theme like Innovate, Integrate, Motivate…and multi-level course offerings, this year’s OIVAC is designed to help VAs navigate the complexities that come with creating and maintaining a profitable virtual business. This year’s convention will challenge participants to think strategically to implement change by addressing three core principles of business growth and development…
- Innovation: taking the lead or initiative in showcasing ideas to assist with the development of your business.
- Integration: incorporate the ideas and newest technologies, processes, and services into your business.
- Motivation: incite you to take action to achieve goals throughout 2012 and beyond.
OIVAC 2012’s agenda includes seminars, training workshops, presentations and exhibits where participants will learn best business practices and how to acquire new clients, to make current clients happy, and to grow the business by leaps and bounds.
“We’re inviting all VAs — from 'aspiring,' to 'emerging', to 'the veteran' virtual professional to participate in our global VA celebration,” says Williams, http://The24HourSecretary.com, OIVAC Steering Committee Chair, and VA industry champion. She goes on to enthuse, “We also celebrate International Virtual Assistants Day (IVADay), a special event that showcases the accomplishments of extraordinary Virtual Assistants who best exemplify our creed: Dedication, Experience, Expertise and Determination to Succeed (DEEDS).”
As with previous years, “This year’s Convention has something for everyone — and is completely accessible from the comforts of a home or office,” says Williams.
Join sponsors Alliance for Virtual Businesses (http://www.allianceforvirtualbiz.com), BeMyVA.com (http://bemyva.com) and SBTV.com in supporting the Virtual Assistant Industry. For more information and to register visit http://oivac.com or contact info(at)oivac(dot)com.
About Online International Virtual Assistants Convention
Virtual Assistants or VAs are independent entrepreneurs who work remotely and use the latest online technology, computers, printers, communications devices, social networking resources and the like to deliver professional administrative, creative, managerial, technical, business back-office and/or personal support services to busy clients.
OIVAC is an International Convention of Virtual Assistants providing learning, training, networking and information-sharing experiences conducive to the hectic schedules of work-at-home and virtual entrepreneurs. For more information, contact info(at)oivac(dot)com or visit http://oivac.com.