Millionaire influencer Matt Lepre is searching for a PA to travel the world with him – and no experience is necessary
Millionaire influencer Matt Lepre is searching for a personal assistant to travel the world with him, and get paid in the process.
The e-commerce entrepreneur, 30, has travelled to over thirty countries in the past five years and is looking for a PA to help him with admin duties along the way.
‘I’ve been travelling non-stop, meeting with key clients, helping them grow their business. I’m looking for a right-hand person to be able to help me on my travels,’ he said in a statement.
Although no previous PA experience is necessary, the successful candidate must have a passion for traveling, a flexible schedule and strong attention to detail.
Lepre added his own tough upbringing has inspired him to help others and he hopes this opportunity will make one lucky person’s dream come true.
‘I’m about giving back. I decided if I can show others how they can break the daily grind of working to live, and give them the life and flexibility that they have dreamed of, it’s all been worthwhile.’
Back in 2020, Matt put an open call out for one out-of-work Australian to work as his virtual personal assistant, who will get paid $52,000 a year to work entirely from home.
Lepre, who is the founder of e-commerce business Ecom Warrior Academy, was saddened to hear that one million Australians are jobless since the coronavirus pandemic hit, and wanted to help.
‘I grew up in the western suburbs of Sydney relying on meal drops from the Salvation Army as my single mother couldn’t afford groceries, so I can unfortunately relate to the hard times people are facing,’ he told FEMAIL.
‘The least I can do is give a job to someone who may be out of work at the moment and wanting to work from home.’
Currently basing himself in a beachside apartment on the Gold Coast, Lepre wants to show workers that they can find flexibility and escape the daily drudgery of working nine to five.
The entrepreneur, who makes $120,000 a month from four successful e-commerce stores, sifted through 70,000 applications before hiring former fashion student Tyanna De Assis.
Applicants interested in the PA position can directly apply for the position through Matt’s website.