Get in on the latest trend in virtual assistants with Cybertary!
Inactive Franchise Profile — Cybertary
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The Cybertary franchise offers to provide small firms with virtual assistants who can take care of the paperwork so the owner can spend more time with their clients or take their kids to a ballgame.
There are 23 million small firms in the United States. Roughly 75% of these firms have little to no employees, as the owners are trying to do everything themselves.
Cybertary aims to provide small business with high quality remote administrative work. The brand is growing and gaining more and more brand recognition amongst businesses.
As a member of the Cybertary franchise, you can work on your own, or set up your own team. You choose how much time you work and how much money you make. The schedule is flexible and you can work from anywhere! You can even keep your current job and do this on the side. Cybertaries will meet with their clients on the phone, email, or in a local coffee shop to determine the work load. Payment is bi-monthly, with minimal paperwork submitted. Cybertaries can handle all sorts of business work.
If you have a background anywhere from graphic design to concierge service, this might be a serious career for you.
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