You are a driven and ambitious individual with a consistent revenue stream, but you've hit a brick wall and can't find the time or energy to scale further. 

You understand that to grow, you can't have your finger in every pie. You're ready to start outsourcing some of the behind-the-scenes work and free up some valuable time.



As an Online Business Manager (OBM), we will be your right-hand. Our mission is to give you freedom to nurture a successful business and the time to step back occasionally and enjoy the life you've made. OBMs work closely with the client to strategize, manage teams and projects, and find ways to improve efficiency and growth within the business.

A Virtual Assistant (VA) is a do-er. Their work is task-based and focuses on implementation. Virtual Assistants help you streamline your operations, so that you can focus your energy on growing your business, serving clients and restoring that work-life balance. A VA can manage and support all aspects of the executive’s work including scheduling and calendar management, call screening, messaging, text and email management, letter, spreadsheet, and presentation preparation, travel arrangements, Internet research, data entry, event planning and so much more!

A Virtual Personal Assistant (VPA) can do everything listed above, but also handle everything on the Homefront as well. A VPA is someone who directly helps a person manage their daily tasks to support their personal lives. duties vary because each employer is different, which means that a personal assistant must be flexible and enjoy learning new things. NINE10's VPAs are vetted and highly-trustworthy, since they often have access to financial and personal information.  


Different VPA duties might include:​

  • Shopping (e.g. clothes, gifts, etc.)

  • Scheduling (e.g. appointments, family events, etc.)

  • Research

  • Phone support

  • Transportation

  • Emails and correspondence

  • Travel itinerary help (e.g. work trips or vacations)

  • Household management (e.g. scheduling cleaners, managing family calendars, etc.)