Get Ahead VA celebrates expansion into Scottish market

Get Ahead VA celebrates expansion into Scottish market

Virtual assistance agency Get Ahead VA is expanding into the Scottish market with the appointment of a dedicated marketing specialist, Beverley McMillan, based in Glasgow.

According to Scottish Government statistics, Scotland now has the highest number of private sector companies since 2000 and the number of businesses has increased by 7.8% in the past year. 

SMEs accounted for 99.4% of these enterprises, providing an estimated 1.2 million jobs and accounting for 55.6% of private sector employment.

Get Ahead VA is a nationwide virtual assistance agency which supports SMEs, delivering a range of business services including marketing, social media, PR, event management and administration on an hourly, project or ongoing basis. 

Beverley joins the Get Ahead VA team, bringing with her over 15 years of experience in Project Management and Marketing roles.  She will work alongside Get Ahead VA’s telephone answering team who are already based in Glasgow, servicing clients across the UK. 

Founder and Director of Get Ahead VA Rebecca Newenham said: “We have always been able to cover Scotland due to our virtual agency approach however we felt as our business grew there was a real opportunity to extend our presence on the ground by appointing a dedicated Marketing Specialist in Beverley. 

“She is already proving to be a real asset to our team and her face to face networking will work in tandem with our online marketing to raise awareness of the excellent range of services that we can offer to small and medium sized businesses in Scotland.” 

Beverley Said: “I can already see so many opportunities and ways in which we can help Scottish businesses grow and achieve their potential, and I am looking forward to welcoming lots of new clients on board over the next few months.”

Get Ahead VA provide nationwide virtual assistance services with the flexibility, value and performance that small businesses need in the 21st century, digital economy.  They pride themselves on being the staff their clients don’t see, but the difference they do.