Australia Infographic Poster Design Virtual Assistant Services Launched

An Australian-owned VA provider has added graphic design services to its suite of offerings, giving clients an opportunity to benefit from the creative skills of a team of design-savvy VAs.

Australia-based virtual assistant (VA) provider Kaya Services has introduced infographic and poster graphic design services to its suite of VA offerings.

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With the new services, the company’s clients will be able to expand the type of content they produce with the addition of visually engaging infographics. Kaya Services is also capable of designing different kinds of assets, including logos, flyers, ebooks, and websites.

These services are delivered by a team of remote professionals based in Sydney and Manila in the Philippines. Both offshore and onshore teams work together using a variety of cloud-based applications, such as Google Suite and time tracking tools.

Graphic design VAs can work Australian business hours, from 9 am to 5 pm daily. The company can also adjust to the client’s working preferred working hours if needed.

Kaya Services offer several plans for its services, starting with a 30-day trial plan for AU$369. This introductory plan includes 20 hours of VA services and the assistance of a client success manager.

Clients who wish to continue with the company may do so on a part-time basis for AU$70 per week, which gives them the option to choose 10, 15, or 20 hours of services. Those requiring an entire team of VAs may sign up for the company’s full-time plan, which is priced at AU$360 a week.

The company said that there are no setup fees and clients only need to pay for the amount specified in the proposal.

Kaya Services was founded by two Australian-Filipinos, who were born and raised in Australia. According to them, the company was able to “marry” Australia’s laid back but professional culture with the diligence and skill of Filipino remote VAs.

The Philippines has been known for its robust creative economy, which made up 14.4% of the country’s entire labor force in 2017, according to Manila-based broadsheet BusinessMirror. The success of industries related to creative work has prompted its government to invest in its growth.

In 2019, BusinessMirror reported that the country’s trade department has created a road map to make the Philippines the “leading creative economy in Southeast Asia by 2030”. This goal is expected to be driven by the yields of various industries, including design.

Full details about Kaya Services and its capabilities can be found at the URL above.

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