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  • Contact Us Today!

    1300 66 75 35  info@beyondthemaze.com.au

  • About Us

  • Beyond the Maze is an Australian based Virtual Assistant practice, based in North Brisbane.  We are a team of 7 local women and we pride ourselves on providing awesome service to our clients.   

    We are passionate about supporting our clients so they can grow their business and be the best person they can be and have an awesome business themselves!  

    We place enormous importance on providing excellent service and ensuring your clients receive this service as well. 

     

  • Our Team

    We have an amazing team and we all work extremely well together, in a flexible and happy workplace.  Meet us all here:  

  • Paula Burgess
    Founder

    Paula founded Beyond the Maze 3 years ago when she needed flexibility around her ADHD son.  Paula has over 20 years in various administration roles from reception, administration, debt collection, financial planning and much more. 

  • Rebecca Presley
    Client Services Manager

    Rebecca has over 15 years administration experience in varied roles including accounting and financial planning practices.  Rebecca  (affectionately known as Bec) and Paula worked together in financial planning before Bec left to raise two wonderful boys.  When Paula started her business, the opportunity came up for them to work together again.  Bec looks after our financial planning clients and their administration tasks. 

  • Veronica Cerreto
    Personal Assistant

    Veronica, is affectionaly known as Roni and is Paula's personal assistant. If you call our office it will generally be Roni who answers the phone.  Roni has completed her Cerficate 3 in Business Administration with us and looks after our phones, scheduling appointments, specific clients and assists Paula with her workshops. 

  • River
    Office Dog

    River is our office dog and resident time waster.   River often moves from office to office demanding pats from everyone. Sometimes he will brings us a ball to play with but he gets most disappointed when he realises no one has time to play with him.