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July 7, 2022

June 2022 Business Support Category Grant Awarded to Annie Admin

Annie Admin Virtual Assistants

Woman Entrepreneur:
Erica Davis

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Our sixth $10,000 grant winner for 2022 and the June Business-Specific Category (Business Support) goes to Erica Davis, founder of Annie Admin Virtual Assistants.

Erica left her career in business banking to launch Annie Admin, with a desire to provide quality administrative support to the small businesses in her area. From her experience as a small-business lender, she witnessed many of her clients struggling to keep their businesses alive because of unreliable administrative staff.

As a result, Annie Admin was born.

Interestingly, Erica and her team consider themselves to be a help to clients mental and emotional health. Erica says, “We have clients who have hired us and then 3 weeks later take their first vacation in years because they see how effective our solution is and that we’ve got them covered. While they are away rejuvenating, we are continually booking appointments for them to tackle upon their return.

Erica plans on using the $10,000 grant to invest in significantly growing their digital marketing presence and reaching towards franchising Annie Admin.  We’re so excited to see where the Annie Admin team goes for 2022 and beyond!!

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