Must-Have Virtual Office Tools for Literary Agents (Podcast #2)

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Must-Have Virtual Office Tools for Literary Agents (Podcast #2)

An Introduction to 2 Seas Agency’s Virtual Office Tools

By Marleen Seegers, Co-Founder of 2 Seas Agency and Host of The Make Books Travel Podcast

April 19, 2020

Make Books Travel PodcastWelcome to the second episode of the Make Books Travel podcast!

As Senior Agent Chrys and I discussed in the previous episode, a virtual office set-up enables 2 Seas Agency to maintain business as usual during the current COVID-19 lockdown, and also during our frequent international travels during normal, as in, non-pandemic times.  

Now, how do we manage this remote office, practically speaking? We like keeping things simple and efficient. Besides being well-organized and very meticulous – which we, as rights sellers, have to be! – all it takes are the cloud-based virtual office tools and apps that I will discuss in this second episode of The Make Books Travel Podcast.

This episode is going to be a little different, since I will be the only one talking. I thought about continuing my interview with Chrys, since she uses most of the tools and apps on a daily basis as well. But I wanted to record this episode quickly after publishing the first one, which happened only a few days ago. Many listeners of that episode showed interest in knowing more about the practical side of our virtual office, and I wanted to keep the momentum going. 

So, here I am, ready to walk you through the list of tools and apps that constitute the framework of 2 Seas Agency’s business structure. You can also read my article about our virtual office set-up here.

Thank you for listening, and enjoy!

PS: If you are a publishing professional and are interested in participating in a new podcast episode, let us know!

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