Don’t miss out…Virtual Assistant training and growth opportunities through OIVAC in May

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As a virtual assistant you have to be on your toes and ready for the changes that are constantly occurring in our industry.  Whether you are a VA just getting your feet wet or one that has “been there, done that” and been serving clients virtually even before the term “Virtual Assistant” existed, the Online International Virtual Assistants Convention (OIVAC)  is for you!

Let’s face it…the world as we knew it is long gone!  It’s a “new decade…new way to work” and now is the time for Virtual Assistants everywhere to come together and help each other grow and spread their wings.  That is what the OIVAC is all about; spreading knowledge, power and insight so you can walk away with the power to move your business forward and serve clients with excellence.

The industry is growing rapidly and events like the 3-day completely online OIVAC are here to help support and educate you on topics like advanced WordPress practices with Crystal Pina, virtual event management by Leesa Barnes, membership sites with Andrea Kalli, digital security with Andrea Cannavina, staying healthy to increase your bottom line with Susie Shina, marketing to authors with Cheryl Callighan, how to get and keep clients with yours truly (Lyn Prowse-Bishop), and the list goes on!

You can see from these topics that the convention is not just for VAs!

There are opportunities for new and seasoned VAs to learn, network and grow.  Here’s the link to the registration page – http://oivac.com/register/.  Take a look at the other 30+ world-class VA and entrepreneurial leaders we’ll be learning from and mingling with from May 20-22.  And hey, if you don’t want to attend the whole convention, you don’t have to…there are several options for attendance including separate Technology and Business/Marketing tracks.

When registering, be sure to enter our AVBN PROMO Code in the Promotion Code field. Here it is:  AVBN

Hope to see you there!

© Lyn Prowse-Bishop

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