Most people would agree that although hiring a personal assistant can make one more productive, but choosing someone you can trust to make your days more efficient can be quite a challenge. Nigeria’s Ekaette, which offers specialised assistant services to a wide variety of clients across various industries, aims to help in this regard.
Enabled through WhatsApp, the service aims to be a one-stop solution for all assistant services across multiple regions, offering impeccable customer service for each and every single client. Users simply need to add Ekaette on Whatsapp, assign tasks and leave the rest to the virtual assistant.
“I figured I’d leverage on what’s currently available. I use WhatsApp simply because of how ubiquitous it is. Also, in terms of customer acquisition, it’s less demanding. All users need to do is add Ekaette on WhatsApp and begin using the service,” explains Business Development Manager, Nosa L. Igbinedion, Techpoint reported.
Ekaette offers 3 different salary packages. Personal, Business, and Executive packages. The virtual PA can only be assigned tasks within the working hours of your chosen package. The service charges the retail price, although sometimes cheaper, on all services. There are no additional costs to the services offered.
The service offers assistance to individuals from various industries such as food delivery, corporate, hotel reservation, booking of flight, gift delivery, dry cleaning, car wash, event planning, on-demand driver, etc.
“These are a few of the things Ekaette can do for you. The older Ekaette gets, the more services Ekaette will be able to carry out.”
Sometimes work can get so busy that you don’t have the time you need to take care of little tasks and chores that can build up over time, Ekaette is a great tool to make sure that you get everything done yet staying ahead of your game.
“The main difference between Ekaette and a regular personal assistant is the physical presence, and the types of tasks Ekaette can assist with.”
Ekaette’s services are currently only available in Lagos. The service is undergoing testing at the moment, which will continue until December 21st.