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Virtual Service Provider of the Year Awards 2012

Virtual Assistant Conference NZ – Virtual Service Provider of the Year Awards 2012 – Sponsored by BeMyVA.com

BeMyVA is keen to support the recognition of professional Virtual Assistants, and the sponsorship of the 2012 New Zealand conference and awards was part of our organisation’s ongoing ethos to support and promote Virtual Assistants as a valuable resource to the global Business community.

The virtual industry has seen rapid growth over the years and this has been evident in New Zealand over the last 36 months.

With a programme aimed at inspiring, enthusing and informing virtual assistants, virtual service providers, employees, small business owners and career administrators, the conference was a great success.

The NZ VA Conference and BeMyVA are proud to announce Lindsey Carroll from Outbox.co.nz as Winner ‘Virtual Service Provider of the Year 2012’ and Marion Jackson from MyVirtualAssistant.co.nz as Runner Up ‘Virtual Service Provider of the Year 2012.’

These awards recognise the outstanding support that both Lindsey and Marion provide to their clients. Congratulations to you both.

BeMyVA’s CEO, John Palmer MA C.Dir acted as a judge for these New Zealand awards and said: “Earlier this year I was privileged to have been invited to judge both the UK’s Outstanding Virtual Assistant awards and these inaugural New Zealand awards.

For the New Zealand awards, the nominated candidates for this first year are of an extremely professional standard and certainly sets a very high bar for the NZ award winners of the future.

Most impressively, all of the candidates were nominated by their clients.

Both Lindsey and Marion should be extremely proud of their achievements and the businesses they operate – please just check out the testimonials on their respective web sites to see how their clients view them, and their services. Outstanding candidates, outstanding winners.”

Our thanks for making the event such a success must also go to the fellow sponsors, and the great team of organisers, specifically Debra Clark and Carole Unkovich – well done to all who took part.

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