Starting any kind of business is an exciting but overwhelming venture. With so many things to do, from figuring out your niche to finding clients, your to-do list can seem endless. A virtual assistant business is no different.
In this episode, I review different aspects of a VA business and guide you on protecting your content, brand, and company. I cover selecting a legal entity, working with clients, building your team, and more.
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In this episode:
[02:40] - Under what legal entity should a VA business file? Danielle discusses the pros and cons of sole proprietorship and LLCs.
[04:54] - Danielle talks about one of the most important agreements for virtual assistants.
[07:15] - Here’s a caveat if you niche your VA service into one specific area.
[07:51] - What legal policies do virtual assistants need for their website? There are a few you should include.
[10:20] - Trademarks and copyrights are the most important types of intellectual property rights. Danielle discusses how they relate to your VA business.
[12:10] - Include these revisions if you ever add digital products down the road, whether for free or for sale.
[13:18] - What must you know as you expand your VA company and hire more people?
[14:17] - Danielle wraps up with your action steps for today.
Links & Resources:
Virtual Assistant Legal Guide
Legal Templates for Virtual Assistants
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