This month on the Meet the Team blog, we’ll be introducing Amy Kelly – the inbox management and data input pro! Last time, we gave an insight into our social media manager, Francesca Hutchinson, and highlighted the importance of social media management for businesses. Make sure to give it a read here if you haven’t already: https://veass.co.uk/the-face-behind-the-tweets-say-hello-to-our-social-media-mogul.
Behind the scenes at Veass, Amy spends her time managing centralised booking systems for clients and producing information from a variety of platforms. Not only this, but she also manages several inboxes a day and undertakes a data input role.
You may be wondering, what exactly do these jobs involve and how can you incorporate them to help your business thrive? Hiring a Virtual Assistant to assist in inbox management is a great option for professionals struggling to keep up with email organisation. From filtering important emails to managing and updating contact lists, a Virtual Assistant can play a fundamental role in the overall running of your business: https://www.wishup.co/blog/30-benefits-of-hiring-a-virtual-email-assistant/
As for data input, although the type of information varies from company to company, the reasoning for the job role remains consistent. In a nutshell, those working in data input update and maintain information on computer systems and in archives to make sure everything is up to date. You can find out more about the job specifications in this article: https://www.totaljobs.com/advice/data-entry-job-description
Amy grew up on the Wirral, whereupon she studied for 7 years at Upton Hall School FCJ. Once she completed her GCSE’s and A-Level’s, she went on to obtain a First Class Honours Degree in Computer Forensics at Liverpool John Moore’s University; impressive to say the least!
When she isn’t busy committing to work tasks at Veass, Amy enjoys taking long walks, going out to eat and playing the flute. As far as future plans go, she hopes to one day establish her own business and eventually leave the country to travel.
Next time on Meet the Team, Meg Norbury will be delving into the ins and outs of minute taking, blog writing and the importance of email campaigning for your business. Keep an eye on our Twitter page for updates (@Veass)!