An exciting Birmingham-based organisation for personal/executive/virtual assistants and office administrators that focuses on food reviews, events, networking, wellbeing and lifestyle launched at Bar Opus this week.
The PA Way, founded by Skevi Constantinou, one of the city’s leading Executive Assistants, is a unique concept that combines events and networking with an interactive platform to allow those in the industry to identify the best recommendations for food, travel and wellbeing. Guests to the website will be able to see what events and networking opportunities are happening in and around Birmingham. The PA Way will also be holding their own events throughout the year.
The launch event at Bar Opus, 1 Snow Hill, took place on Tuesday 12th June saw assistants from various organisations, sales managers and event planners come together to celebrate the launch of this fresh, new and exciting platform.
Skevi said: “The PA Way is a platform for those in the industry to see restaurant reviews, the best places for event space, networking events around the city, work psychology, travel and wellness.
“We work every day for our stakeholders and clients but I wanted to create this platform to help celebrate those in the industry and to be inspired. The PA Way will aim to educate, to empower, to motivate but most of all to be a community.’’
Abby Goldie, sales manager at Bar Opus, said: “PAs are the backbone of the business community, so we’re thrilled to sponsor The PA Way’s inaugural event. We’re pleased to support its endeavours to ensure the wellbeing the PAs, EAs, VAs, office administrators and managers in the city and look forward to welcoming members.”
For more information on The PA WAY, visit: www.thepaway.co.uk.
Join the PA Way at Virgin Care on 28 June for a free wellbeing event. To book a place at the event, visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-pa-way-wellbeing-event-tickets-46281658687.
For more information on Bar Opus, visit www.opusrestaurant.co.uk.