Based just outside of Hartford,
CT, right between New York and Boston, HELP VirtualTM
was founded by former Worcester, MA marketing executive Kate LaFrance who
has over 15 years of both online and offline marketing experience as well
as administrative, sales, public relations, and graphic design expertise.
Known for her personable attitude and get-it-done tenacity, Kate has also
owned and operated several businesses including two Virtual Assisting companies
and a small ad agency (in the days before home computers!).
Having managed cost-saving
campaigns for employers for years, Kate decided she'd had enough and set
out on her own in 2005 to share her skills with many smaller business owners
instead of just a few large ones.
Formerly doing business as
HELP Virtual Office Support and New England Virtual Assistants, Kate has
re-launched her practice under the HELP Virtual Mktg+Admin brand
in late 2007 to focus more on her passion for the marketing side of business.
Recognizing that there are no clients if their marketing isn't effective,
the administrative support that HELP VirtualTM
can be relied upon is an outgrowth of the assistance offered to marketing
clients. HELP Virtual Mktg+Admin aims to help entrepreneurs with
both typical marketing projects such as direct mail and print, but also
the latest online marketing strategies. Concerned with keeping her
clients onboard and happy, Kate also believes in setting clear goals and
expectations for every project.
From small projects like
writing a press release, to full-scale internet campaigns, HELP VirtualTM can help you to achieve your goals while building longlasting, profitable
relationships. Call today to find out how I can HELP you!
"Enough to Be Dangerous" Online Marketing Do-It-Yourself Classes
"I work with marketing exprerts to
get their message out and provide their clients with the BEST customer
service available and I help entrepreneurs to maximize their internet
presence from a marketing standpoint. I set up shopping carts, contact
capture tools, auto responders, email blasts and more." - Kate LaFrance