SAN DIEGO, Dec. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Tijuana-based company, Cápita, the most trusted Virtual Assistants company in Mexico, recently became an Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) Sponsor. With this sponsorship, Cápita will be able to connect with entrepreneurs across the U.S. and help them grow their business by hiring highly qualified virtual assistants in Mexico and the rest of LATAM through their PEO service, in which the company acts as the Employer of Record.
"Cápita has been an invaluable resource for hundreds of businesses with whom we work today," said CEO and Founder Adrián J. Romero. "Finding 100% bilingual outstanding talent, in most cases with international experience and used to work from home, to fulfill a wide variety of functions, which range from personal assistance, to marketing, customer service, programming, and e-commerce, among others, has generated important savings for American companies."
Entrepreneurs' Organization is a high-quality support network of 14,000+ leaders across more than 60 countries. EO enables leading entrepreneurs to learn and grow, helping them achieve greater success in business and beyond.
As for Cápita, the virtual assistance outsourcing company in Mexico, they specialize in finding incredibly talented professionals to help businesses save as much as 75% in salaries when they hire employees virtually. Most of the VAs are in the Baja region, one of the most important talent hubs in LATAM, just 5 minutes away from the border, making it even more convenient for both parties as there is no significant time zone difference.
Now more than ever, hiring a VA can bring many benefits to any business that probably go unnoticed. These are some to keep in mind:
- Contributes to a company's virtual operations
- Increases profitability
- Allows for focus of resources on key players
- Diversifies teams
- Reduces liabilities and employee demands, and so many more...
Cápita cares about making a positive impact in the community, as they prioritize the search for talent in local minorities. Additionally, they donate part of their profits to Fundación Esperanza Contigo, a charity organization that provides education to more than 200 orphans. "This is a clear situation in which all parties involved win, so we are very proud to be able to positively impact the binational business ecosystem while also contributing to the generation of new social opportunities," said the CEO.
Adrián J. Romero, Cápita, +1 8582801748, [email protected]