About

THE HOUSE WREN

The House Wren Virtual Assistant Solutions was founded in 2015 by Karissa Jones and has been busy providing Solid Support for Your Success ever since.

Why name our company after a busy little brown bird you may ask? Well, firstly we relate to a lot of their traits and feel that it is a fun way to represent ourselves and our company. Below are some of the House Wren’s traits and how they help to illustrate our traits and how they may lend themselves to your business.

Effervescent – Enthusiastic and lively when dealing with you or your client(s).

Resourceful – Able to deal effectively with new situations and search out information.

Aggressive – Don’t be afraid this is not always a bad word! We are always looking out for you and your business’ well-being and success. We put you and your clients first and will aggressively seek ways to ensure the job is done correctly, efficiently, and on time.

Lively – Enjoy keeping busy, active and all with a bounce in our step.

Inquisitive – Always eager to learn new things, ask questions and have a sense of curiosity.

WHAT IS A VIRTUAL ASSISTANT?

A Virtual Assistant (VA) is typically a self-employed administrator and or marketing professional who works remotely providing services to clients. Most VA’s will have a niche area that they will specialize in allowing you to hire for specific tasks or specific industry specialties.

WHY YOU SHOULD USE A VIRTUAL ASSISTANT

Virtual Assistants are self-employed, so you do not have to worry about taxes, insurance and other overhead costs associated with having an in-house administrator. Also, there is no wasted money with downtime or trying to fill your administrator’s time. Virtual Assistants can be used on a per project basis or on an ongoing basis to outsource some of the time-consuming tasks so you can focus on what you need or want to. Some also provide certain concierge services such as party planning, vacation planning, etc. They typically work on a contract basis and can communicate via a number of resources such as email, conference/phone calls, and virtual workspaces.