Veterinary Business Bootcamp

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About the course

11th & 12th May 2018
Jurys Inn Hinckley Island, Watling Street, Hinckley, LE10 3JA

An exciting new CPD event for Independent Veterinary Entrepreneurs, Start-ups & Veterinary Business Owners & Managers

Are you confused by where the profession is heading?
Are you considering Starting-up, Exiting or Staying in the game?
Do you know what the next 5 years hold for veterinary business
Would you like a clear pathway to financial and clinical success for your business and team?
Two day event. Includes accommodation and dinner. 


Who should attend the bootcamp?

For any independent veterinary entrepreneur, start-up, or practice owner who:


      • Wants an up-to-date view of the profession as a whole
      • Wants to engage and empower their team
      • Is tired of working hard for little return
      • Believes that independent vets should thrive and prosper
      • Knows their business plan needs a overhaul
      • Wants to develop an entrepreneurial approach to veterinary business
      • Wants to network and learn with other select ambitious and progressive practice owners
What will I learn?
      • The effect of the 5 Big Waves on the veterinary profession over the next 5 years
      • How a veterinary business progresses from Start-up to Survival to Success to Freedom
      • The limiting mind sets and beliefs that keep vets and practice owners caught up in the ‘Busy-Trap’ and the specific strategies that get them up to the next level
      • How you balance the competing outcomes of profit, clinical care, client experience and team performance in a busy practice
      • Essentially, how to create your personal business and life strategy as a vet
      • Discover your Personal Pathway to success, in the
        ambiguity and confusion to come, using Talent Dynamics profiling
      • Discover exactly where your business is on the Vet Practice Spectrum


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