Could you benefit from a PA?

Emma talks us through her career move and why you could benefit from a personal assistant:

For the last seven years I’ve worked in advertising and had the privilege of working with some of the most successful and well-known brands in the world.

It was after I returned to work having taken 10 months’ off for maternity leave that I realised the world of advertising wasn’t quite as flexible as I needed it to be. I found it difficult to juggle my full-on daily work life, with trying to be the best mum I could be. 

I recognised that the client-facing, project management skills that I’d learnt along the way would transfer perfectly into the role of a Personal 

Assistant. This felt like a career that was likely to keep me busy and challenged but would fit better for me, around my life as a mum. Although the career change was a little scary, I felt really positive,  refreshed and energised with my decision.

I offer my clients business administration support, as well as life admin and digital marketing support. Ultimately, my main aim is to help you, the business owner, find time in your day to concentrate on the tasks you need to be doing, let me deal with the ones you don’t. 

My existing clients are based in Tunbridge Wells and I love that I’m working with local entrepreneurs to support their businesses. I’m not limited to one sector either – I’m currently working with a plumbing & heating company, a PR agency, a children’s publisher and a food retailer start-up.

So, if you think you might need someone like me to help you find more hours in your day, then get in contact. I look forward to hearing from some of you soon.



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