As we all know, time is a pretty precious commodity and the less we have of it the more we need!
Whilst many of us may yearn to have a personal assistant to ease the burden of our seemingly endless to-do lists, cost implications usually put paid to any such ambitions.
Our latest Startup of the Week however is on a mission to make having a professional personal assistant a much more accessible option.
Fyxer is a new platform which enables users to connect and source professional assistants and collaborators who can service many of their business, secretarial and personal needs.
Whilst there are many services which can provide support in the form of a virtual assistant, Fyxer is unique in that users will firstly meet up with their Fyxer in person in order to help establish a proper professional relationship.
Thereafter? It’s entirely up to you.
There are a whole host of services which Fyxer currently provides - everything from diary and email management through to management of your social media accounts or your expenses claims. They’ll even undertake online research on your behalf should you need support when planning or developing a project.
Their aim of course is to help prevent you wasting time on tasks which often can get in the way of your ‘real work.’ What’s not to love about that!
Pricing for the Fyxer service varies depending on what you need support with - full details on costs can be obtained by contacting the Fyxer folk directly.
What’s particularly good though is that Fyxer offer all new users the opportunity to avail of the first six weeks support for free! Yep. Free. You read that right!
Fyxer is an innovative service and one which is bound to go from strength to strength. Whilst the focus for now is on London, one would hope that Fyxer will expand its offering in the near future to include areas outside the capital - we certainly hope that’s the case.
Mi-IDEA Manchester Networking Event
27th Sep 2016
The teams from CISCO and Manchester Science Partnerships have teamed up to create Mi-IDEA, a post-accelerator designed to foster and nurture digital innovation in the North West of England.