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 Post subject: question concerning new business
Posted: Tue May 25, 2004 1:02 am 
I have a question for all of you. I am in the process of starting my own business and i'm wondering if you all might help me with something. My company would provide clerical and administrative services via the internet to engineers. These services would be either in addition to regular office staff or in place of them. Outsourcing any overflow projects, filling in for regular staff on vacation or adding staff to an office that currently has none. Would this be something that you as a group would be interested in?

Typical services would include, contract proposals, general correspondance, bid proposals, desktop publishing, scheduling, travel arrangements.

In an attempt to identify my target market and it's needs, I'm hoping that you will take the time to answer my questions either here or via email at

Thank you all very much for your time

Lori Hicks

Posted  11/12/2012