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How Outsourcing Your Bookkeeping Benefits Your Business

Leijun Campbell - Friday, March 04, 2016

Without a doubt, digital business practices are here to stay. Though your company may be located in a brick and mortar location, you can invest in the help of virtual assistants to take care of day-to-day tasks that may be too much for your staff. Here are three reasons why outsourcing your bookkeeping can help your business.

 

You’ll Get Sound Advice If you are a solopreneur or a business owner with a small staff, you may often find yourself taking on tasks with which you have little or no experience. With bookkeeping impacting both the day-to-day and long-term operations of your company, outsourcing the tasks to an expert can help you rest easy during the times such peace is needed, like tax season. Your outsourced bookkeeping service will ensure all correct forms are filed and all necessary objectives are completed. These experts will also be up-to-date on the latest bookkeeping/accounting tools and technology that can help your business run more efficiently.

 

You’ll Save Time and Money Obviously, operating a small business takes up a precious commodity, your time. Accomplishing tasks in your professional environment can bleed into your personal/home life and can leave you scrambling to make it all come together. Outsourcing bookkeeping to an expert gives you room to breathe when it comes to managing your responsibilities. You can also save money on employee costs by not another full-time staff member on the payroll.

 

You’ll Be Able to Focus on Your Company’s Mission When you started your business, you had an idea of your its goals and how you wanted to accomplish them. As those first few months and/or years went by, some of these objectives fell by the wayside. Outsourcing your bookkeeping can give you the time and energy to reinvigorate your creativity and innovate new solutions and processes for your business.

 

If you need any assistance with your bookkeeping, don’t hesitate to reach out to Campbell Business Services with any questions! Contact leijun@campbellbusinessservices.com for more information


How Your Assistant Can Improve Your Overall Business Growth

Leijun Campbell - Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Sometimes in the business and corporate worlds, we limit the roles of our executive assistants to simply clerical and administrative tasks. Yes, the completion of this work helps sustain the daily operations of the company, but allowing your assistant to extend their reach and influence can do wonders for your overall business growth.

 

Here a few ways you can make this happen:

 

1) Create a review and coaching system for your team – Everyone likes to know where they stand with a company, especially if they are working to impact the business in a positive way. Take the initiative of scheduling monthly one-on-one reviews or coaching sessions where you offer proactive feedback and encourage questions from your assistants.

 

2) Develop tasks that let assistants have more of a business-related role – Your assistant often is in charge of sending out memos and emails as well as scheduling meetings for executives and team members. Allow these tasks to be augmented by other ways of company communication such as creating email and social media marketing campaigns. These campaigns can open up several doors of effective service for current and potential clients/customers.

 

3) If possible, allow assistants to attend and participate in important internal meetings – Providing a space for your assistants to be a part of the greater business picture and culture lets them know that their opinions are welcomed and valid. These meeting invitations can also help motivate them in their daily role and responsibilities, encouraging greater efficiency and innovation.

 


Executive Assistants and Event Planning

Leijun Campbell - Tuesday, November 10, 2015

We just saw the end of the Halloween, and the Christmas decorations are going up in every store you can imagine. The office holiday parties are just around the corner and using your executive assistant to help you with event planning will be key to making sure everything goes off without a hitch.

 

Here are just a few ways your executive assistant can help you put on a successful event:

 

1. Booking the venue and catering - Finding the best deals for these two key elements can sometimes leave you frustrated and overwhelmed. Executive assistants use their skills of scheduling meetings and managing a variety of databases to research and reserve the best venue and catering service well ahead of the event.

 

2. Creating promotional materials - If you're planning a major event that involves more than your small office staff, your executive assistant(s) can use several methods to invite your clientele and other guests. Email marketing is an easy avenue to create a digital announcement for a specified list. You can also create a public or private event on social networks such as Facebook. And of course, there's always the physical flyers that can be created in programs such as Photoshop and delivered by mail to clients and/or local businesses.

 

3. Delegating responsibilities - Depending on the size of your event and/or budget, executive assistants can help recruit volunteers to set up the space, sign up to bring items such as food, drinks, plates or cups, create activities for the gathering or clean up at the end of the night.

 

No matter what kind of event you're planning, executive assistants are invaluable resources for success!

 



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