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Launch of new administrative consultancy business Assistme

Launch of new administrative consultancy business

Auckland owner opens administrative consultancy with a difference

Assistme Limited launched its services in June 2014 to provide admin solutions to small and medium sized businesses.

Natalie Pasco, Director of Assistme, has over ten years legal administration experience and a great wealth of business theoretical knowledge from a BBS degree.

Specifically offering administrative support with a difference, businesses can choose between onsite daily, weekly or monthly packages or Assistme can assist you from their own office. Consultation services are available, providing ideas, tips and action to give your business the competitive edge.

You can find more from Assistme’s website www.assistme.co.nz

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