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BPOVIA VS. GetFriday: BPOVIA Is The Better Choice

June 4th, 2008

As the leading virtual assistant provider based in China, we got a lot inquiries about the comparison of our virtual assistant service with our competitor from India: GetFriday. BPOVIA virtual assistant team did online research of BPOVIA and GetFriday. With all due respect to our competitor, BPOVIA gains a comprehensive competitive edge against GetFriday.
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BPOVIA Full Time Service Plan VS BPOVIA Pay-As-You-Go Plan

October 11th, 2008

BPOVIA Full Time Monthly Plan:
Our most popular plan! You can hire a professional BPOVIA Virtual Assistant to work full time for only $900 per month. Your BPOVIA Virtual Assistant will work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, like a full time employee.

BPOVIA Pay-As-You-Go Plan:
Our most flexible plan! The Pay-As-You-Go plan works well with clients who are unsure of their administrative needs and are not ready to commit to a set number of hours per month. Your rate will depend on the services which you require. The Standard Rate for the service of a BPOVIA professional Virtual Assistant is $10 per hour.
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Hiring A Non-sick-leave Employee at BPOVIA

October 23rd, 2008

Recently, Harris Interactive conducted a nationwide online poll among 3,388 hiring managers and human resource professionals and 6,842 U.S. full-time employees between August 21 and September 9, 2008. The result was released on October 22, 2008. According to the survey, a third of U.S. workers say that they have called in sick with fake excuses at least once this year.

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Virtual Assistant and KPO firm BPOVIA named amongst finalists for the “Red Herring 100 Asia” Awards 2008

October 29th, 2008

BPOVIA, the leading Virtual Assistant and Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) service provider in China, was named as Finalists for the “Red Herring 100 Asia” Awards 2008. BPOVIA is the first virtual assistant service provider to ever be nominated for this prestigious award.

Nanjing, China October 28th 2008 — BPOVIA, the leading Virtual Assistant and Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) service provider in China, has been selected in the list of 200 companies that are Read more…

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Red Herring Releases 200 Finalists for the “Red Herring 100 Asia” Awards 2008

October 29th, 2008

For 10 years, the Red Herring’s editorial team has diligently surveyed entrepreneurship around the globe. Technology industry executives, investors, and observers have regarded the Red Herring 100 lists as an invaluable instrument to discover and advocate the promising startups that will lead the next wave of disruption and innovation.

Red Herring released 200 Finalists for the “Red Herring 100 Asia ” Awards 2008 at October 16, 2008.

200 finalists are from 13 countries and regions. Read more…

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Virtual Assistant Service Provider BPOVIA Won Top 100 Global Company Award

March 4th, 2009

image BPOVIA, the leading Virtual Assistant service provider, today announced that it has been awarded as one of the Red Herring Top 100 Global Companies. Red Herring Top 100 Global Companies are chosen from winners and finalists of the previous North America, Europe and Asia Red Herring Top 100 Companies. Out of 1,800 successful and highly eligible companies, the Red Herring editorial team deployed a detailed process to drill-down the best companies first to 200 finalists, then to the top 100 winners of this global award. Evaluations were made on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, innovation, management, global strategy, and ecosystem integration. Read more…

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Why BPOVIA virtual assistant firm is better than Elance, ODesk, Guru?

May 21st, 2009

Elance, ODesk and Guru are trying to the “eBay of Outsourcing”. The idea is great but there are fundamental flaws in this model: Most of the bidders on those sites are typically freelancers, self employed and work at home. The reliability and quality of service are highly unpredictable. Elance, ODesk and Guru are just middlemen or marketplace so they have no control about the bidders at all.

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Why Elance failed? Serious business can’t depend on freelancers for outsourcing.

May 21st, 2009

elance-odesk The following article is one of the best analysis of why Elance failed. You can read the original post here.

Several important factors involved with their failure include: Too much competition, little service provider differentiation besides price, high service provider fees, no locality of services, ambiguous project descriptions, cheap Indians, as well as cheap Indians, and last but not least, cheap Indians.

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Your employee spend too much time online chatting, facebook, twitter? Use virtual assistant!

July 1st, 2009

friendfeed_twitter_facebook Reducing costs and increasing profits top the originally positive results expected from the internet in business industry. Indeed, the thriving of the internet has absolutely generated prodigious benefits to numerous companies. Nevertheless, while enjoying the bountiful fruits, more and more company managers are showing their deep concerns towards the adverse impact spawned by the double-edged sword. Shopping on-line, private e-mailing…–the convenient access to the internet at work unexpectedly tempts many employees to conduct various impersonal affairs on company computers-and on company time. Take a brief look at the following figures:

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BPOVIA Won 2010 IAOP Rising Star Award

April 22nd, 2010

BPOVIA had been listed by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) on Global Outsourcing 100 sub-lists as one of the Best Ten Rising Stars in the areas of company growth, company recognition, customer reference, executive leadership, revenue growth, employee growth, industry focus and region served. It is a great milestone for BPOVIA and Yahoo Finance published the exciting news release this morning which was soon retweeted by many news and media sites.

“This honor affirms our work and also gives us more responsibility and motivation”, said James Huang, CEO of BPOVIA, “and we feel very delighted and honored to be awarded as a Rising Star in the global outsourcing industry.”

The Global Outsourcing 100 and its sub-lists are essential references for companies that are seeking new and expanded relationships with the best companies in the industry. The lists include service providers and advisory companies around the world that provide the full spectrum of outsourcing services. Not only do the outsourcing services include information technology and business process outsourcing, but also facility services, real estate and capital asset management, manufacturing and logistics. The 2010 evaluation team, composed of IAOP member professionals, was led by Michael F. Corbett, the chairman of IAOP. The team is comprised of experts from the buyer side of the outsourcing industry, as well as renowned academic leaders in the field.

Before this prestigious honor, BPOVIA had also been awarded the Red Herring Top 100 Global Company Award in 2009 and Red Herring Asia 100 Most Promising Technology Companies in 2008 by providing innovative virtual assistant and remote workforce solutions to more than 10,000 clients from all over the world. BPOVIA provides global SMEs and individual clients with on-demand, cost-effective and one-stop solutions of essential business services like administrative service, website design, graphic design, internet research, market research, data entry, accounting, CAD, word processing, etc.

Technological advances make remote work and virtual teams more feasible. Current business processes are allowing companies to mix and match services much easier than ever. Not just cost-effective, some companies have found that work done by a virtual workforce may be of better quality than what they were used to getting from their in-house employees.
Outsourcing is no longer a privilege for big multinational companies. BPOVIA provides small business and even individuals an easy and affordable way to enjoy the benefits of outsourcing just like fortune 500 companies.

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Traditional Chinese holiday—Qingming

April 2nd, 2010

Qingming is one of the twenty-four solar terms that the ancient Chinese gave to the twenty-four divisions of their year. Qingming is also one of the most important festivals in China which comes within ten days before or after April the 5th every year.

It originated from ceremonial worship of ancient emperors’ tombs. Latter on, the practice was generally adopted by the public to pay tribute to ancestors. On that day, people visit and sweep forefather’s tomb, recalling love and memory of the late family members. Although Qingming is a festival of mourning, it does not have to be sad. Since the festival falls in spring, it is a great time for outdoor activities such as football, swinging and tree planting. Cuisine on Qingming is special. In ancient times, people did not make fire on that day so they ate prepared cold food instead. Different regions have different specialties: in northern China, folks love date cake and wheat cake while in the south, people prefer green glutinous dumpling and honeyed lotus root stuffed with rice.

In modern China, people rarely have time for this festival due to fast tempo of life. To preserve national tradition and give people more time to rest, the government made Qingming an official national holiday in 2008. The public including staff of BPOVIA love this opportunity for family and relaxation.

This year, Qingming holiday starts from April the 3rd to 5th, that is to say, BPOVIA will be on vacation next Monday. Should you have any problem please leave a message and we’ll handle it Tuesday. In the end, wish everyone a nice holiday!

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Haste makes Waste

March 31st, 2010

Many users of virtual assistance service set strict time limit for each task according to their own estimation. In some cases, the time limit is reasonable and acceptable but in other cases, the estimated time are not enough to finish tasks let alone that the task will be done excellently. It appears shrewd setting strict limits to prevent VA from wasting time; however, doing so, you are holding a double-edge sword with one threatening your interest. Haste makes waste. It is very likely that your project is done but with defects due to lack of time for QC.

In fact, the amount of time for task is calculated based on manifold factors of which many cannot be exactly quantificational gauged by time scale. At Bpovia, we take following aspects into consideration:

1 Get familiar with the task and fully understand the instruction.

2 Time spend on communicate.

3 Time spend on task.

4 Time spend on writing report, if necessary.

5 Professional essay writing service

6 Time spend on quality control, if necessary. We have internal quality control procedure in order to provide high quality service to our clients.

The above five factor together determine how much time should be allocated to each task and ensure that the client will get a satisfactory outcome.

Bpovia has work out project plans for different kinds of task in order to help you with time control issue. For instance, 10 hours are enough for 1-2 researches, simple graphic design, translation etc. Technical support such as Website Maintenance, HTML / CSS modification, Blog / WordPress Maintenance and Online Forms/Widgets are best done on project basis of 40 hours. We also recommend full time (8hours 5days/month) service for clients who wants customized application designs, or is interested in China Business Development. (Click here to see the pricing)

Time is the core issue of virtual assistance service. Therefore both sides–clients and service provider—want to make the most of it. As a leading provider of virtual assistance service, Bpovia ensures state-of-the-art service using proper amount of time. Through years of perspiration and efforts, we won customer trust by integrity and professional way of doing business. We commit to employing client’s time in economical manner and all we want is your trust in our profession intuition.

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Pay Less Now, Cost You More Later

March 30th, 2010

In virtual assistance industry, it is very likely that the less you pay for your assistant, the more it will cost you for the remedy of an unsatisfactory task. However, seldom are virtual assistance service providers ready to admit this, insisting that alluring low price and state-of-the-art service can come side by side. Uncovering some providers’ low-price tags, you’ll see how they cut costs in the following aspects:

1 venue for workplace: A lot of virtual assistants are home-based freelancers.

2 less recruitment costs: face-to-face interview might be skipped; Generally speaking, one assistant has to do multi-types of work ranging from data entry to WordPress design.

3 “thrifty” on communicational cost: they are cautious about extra expenditure generated by long phone calls and video conference.

Disadvantages caused by above factors such as project delay, failure in communication and lack of focus will generate extra cost for clients, namely, you have to spend more time in order to achieve expected results.

However, some virtual assistance service providers, like Bpovia, are dedicated to providing first-rate service rather than participating in price biding competition. Our services are better with reasonable price. We boast 3 advantages over other companies:

1 Thanks to team work and project based cooperation, we achieve higher efficiency with each one doing the task he or she is good at. For instance, VAs take care of clients; graphic designers work on innovative creation and web programmers focus on site construction and maintenance.

2 Because we work together in the office building, Bpovia is more of a well-structured company rather than a group of home-based freelancers.

3 With Skype, international phone line and video conference operating simultaneously, effective and timely communication with our clients becomes our prestigious advantage.

As the Chinese proverb goes, Cheapness bargains no fine goods; fine goods are not cheap. It is cost performance ratio that rules. And Bpovia is just the kind of provider you are looking for.

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Geely Successfully Acquires Volvo from Ford

March 29th, 2010

On March 28, China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group signed a deal worth 1.8 billion U.S. dollars with Ford Motor Co. in GOTEBORG, Sweden, Sunday to acquire the U.S. auto giant’s Volvo car unit. Under the definitive stock purchase deal, Geely will own 100 percent of Volvo Cars and its related assets.

Geely, an independent automaker that has struggled to raise its profile in overseas markets, has long coveted a stronger foothold in Europe. Coincidently, Ford has been trying to sell Volvo since late 2008 to focus its resources on managing its core Ford, Lincoln and Mercury brands. The deal is China’s biggest overseas auto purchase and represents the most ambitious move by a homegrown auto brand. Geely Chairman Li Shufu said “Today represents a milestone in the history of Geely.”

In fact, it is not only a milestone of Geely, but also an epoch-making point of Chinese national industry and Chinese investors. The acquisition demonstrates to the world that China is ready for overseas expansion, in other words, Chinese enterprises are looking for a larger share of world market with full pocket of capital.

Today’s China surpasses the role of “World Factory” and is moving towards a major “World investor”. If you are looking for investments for your enterprise, China is definitely a must-visit destination. Many people complain about losing direction when searching into China market. The problem can be solved through BPO (business process outsourcing). Bpovia is a leading virtual assistance provider in China. It can help you do market research, find business partner and investors through virtual support. Using advanced techniques such as  online marketing and SEO (click here to check out its services), Bpovia can get you closer to the target market, client customer and financier. There is a sea of business opportunities in China but few foreign business men can fully explore them. Since no one knows Chinese way of doing business better than Chinese themselves, it is to your advantage if you hire a team of marketing personals native to the country.

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SEO: Commercial value on keyboard

March 26th, 2010

If you are an owner of e-commerce website, traffic volume might be a major nuance of your business. It is neither because the site is not user friendly enough nor because products are not attractive. In fact, you have fallen victim of search engine like Google, and yahoo: they rank you on 50th page so that no potential client would be patient enough to reach you.

If webs in the 90s mainly appealed to client, webs in 21st century target at search engines. Alexa statistics show that show that among top 10 websites in the world, search engines take a large share with Google ranked 1st , 5th , 8th. The power of keyboard is rising so quickly that any ambitious website could not overlook it. It is high time that one did SEO (Search Engine Optimization) to attract search engines’ attention.

So how does SEO work and what’s its commercial value? Google will crawl your blog to find contents and keywords and when Google finished crawling through your blog, the content from your blog will get indexed in a large database where researchers can retrieve your content by searching with keywords using the Google search engine. By adding relevant keywords in your articles, SEO try to achieve the highest position rank possible. SEO also establish back links which will drastically help you to achieve a higher Google page rank. Higher ranking means more business opportunity since almost every netizen use search engine to find information. SEO can:

  1. Appeal to potential client using search engine to visit your site thus getting their target goods on your site.
  2. If not selling goods yourself, you can take advantage of clickstream to recommend business partners.
  3. Bulks of traffic volume can let more people know your brand and cooperate image thus achieving publicity success.
  4. Clickstream and ranking are indexes of authority and potential of a site. The more visitors you get, the easier you’ll get sponsorship by advertising agencies.

In one word, SEO is a great promoter of business opportunity. The earlier you realize the commercial value of keyboard, the more you will reap from search engines.

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Bpovia: We offer more than virtual assistance

March 24th, 2010

As a response to  increasing need for business process outsourcing, virtual assistant services are thriving all over the world. Generally speaking, a virtual assistant can write articles, post on blogs, place online advertisements, conduct research, organize travel plans, monitor message boards and forums for you. But here at Bpovia, we offer more than satisfactory virtual support: Bpovians love to share genuine cooperative friendship, creativity and commercial vision with all clients.

Since most of our work is done on or through the Internet, lack of interpersonal communication seems a concern for the success of projects. To reduce misinterpretation, we employ every possible means to get in touch with client personally. Phone calls, live chat and conference are daily practice in office. Virtual assistants of Bpovia will timely and considerately make adjustments as long as you tell us about your latest ideas. Effective and Nice interaction and communication will lead to win-win results, this is what we are deeply convinced of.

Worth mentioning is our web construction and graphic design and SEO services. Apart from formatting according to customer needs, we also focus on innovative and original designs for concepts and proposals. If you have a great idea in mind but could not execute it on your own, talk to us and we can help you with it on project basis. Creativity constitutes the core value of Bpovia team and we believe that it is the fundamental force behind company’s development.

Bpovia aims to push the envelope of virtual assistance provider and you will see how hard we are working to offer more than you expect once sign up as our client. It is our honor to support and help you on your way to success.

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Nanjing China Awarded to Host 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games

February 21st, 2010

The International Olympic Committee released the evaluation report of three cities vying for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games on February 11. Nanjing China overwhelmed Guadalajara Mexico and Poznan Poland, and is successfully selected to host 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games.
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H1N1 vaccination program open to every Beijiners

November 9th, 2009

beijingrenyimiao Beijing is ready for extend H1N1 vaccination program which will open to everyone who has a Beijing hukou.

On Friday, the health officials said that the program will begin on Nov 16.

The program means the capital is the first city in China who is going to inoculate all of its registered permanent residents, some 12 million people. Read more…

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Investment bank longing to exit CICC

November 6th, 2009

morgan_stanley Morgan Stanley, global financial services giant, is still trying to sell its entire holdings in China International Capital Corp (CICC), the country’s first and most profitable investment bank, confirmed by both the US-based financial advisor and CICC on Nov. 4, 2009.

Citing people familiar with the situation, the report in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday pointed that Morgan Stanley had asked potential buyers to submit indicative first-round bids for its 34.3 percent stake in CICC. Read more…

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