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Finally, moms CAN have it all— Kids, a career and work-life balance

arise-work-from-home-julyThere was a time not long ago when a woman had to choose between raising kids and having a career. Many of the women who did go into the workforce and forge a career, often did so with conflicting feelings about being away from home for long stretches while their children were still young. Over the past two decades, cultural norms have changed dramatically but, for many women, it didn’t alter that essential tug to be home for the kids.

With the recent rise of sophisticated technology, a new option has gained momentum among career-minded moms. That is, to start a business from the comfort of their own home office and one of the easiest to start is a customer support business. It’s in answer to the growing need many major and Fortune 500 companies have for outsourcing their customer service, tech support and inbound sales. These companies are moving away from offshore and other costly outsourcing options in favor of connecting with smaller call center businesses run by entrepreneurs, including stay-at-home moms, and that provide phone, email and chat support – primarily from their home offices.

Where to begin? How do you start? What if you don’t have a customer service background?

No worries. The rise in technology has also given way to companies such as Arise Virtual Solutions, which offers an exciting customer support technology platform that connects these small call center companies and their agents to trusted and prestigious brand name clients.

Since 1994, tens of thousands of professionals have established their own customer support business and used this unique technology and support platform people and escape the traditional 9-to-5 grind.

If you’re an entrepreneurial-minded mom looking for an opportunity that offers a more flexible schedule and the ability to work form home, find out more about Arise— rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau since 2005. Learn more today at


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