Veterinary Business Bootcamp
An exciting new CPD event for Independent Veterinary Entrepreneurs, Start-ups & Veterinary Business Owners & Managers
Two day event. Includes accommodation and dinner
For any independent veterinary entrepreneur, start-up, or practice owner who:
£497 + VAT*
*Price includes – Dinner, Bed and Breakfast. Friday night dinner and accommodation only. Single Occupancy.
Understanding the 5 Big Waves is crucial for developing a long-term success strategy.
Will the current boom last? Or are we heading for a low-growth, low-inflation downturn? Discover the economic trends set to dominate the next 10 years. And guess what? It has nothing to do with Brexit or Trump.
When it comes to clients and employees, there are two opposing waves of demographics you need to consider:
At the bootcamp, you’ll learn how to balance these conflicting demographics for the benefit of everyone.
These factors in our industry are causing profound rates of change in infrastructure and psychology. Understanding how they affect you and your business is key to surviving and prospering in current and future conditions.
At the bootcamp, the Vet Dynamics team will teach you how to reconfigure your perception of competition. These changes are challenging, but provide you with massive opportunities to grow and flourish.
Because of exponential development, the impact of technology on our society in the coming years will be even greater than it’s been over the last ten years. Think Driverless Cars, Brainwave Tech., networks of devices connecting our homes and workplaces, AI Search Tech. such as Amazon’s Echo, Virtual and Augmented realities – all changing the way we connect and interact with each other.
Preparing for these technological developments is essential for staying ahead. If you ignore them, you could quickly find yourself being viewed as a relic. Coming along to the bootcamp will help you get into the right frame-of-mind and prepare you for the impending social changes.
Where’s it come from and how to fix it
Inefficiency. Frustration. Poor profitability. Recognise the scenario? You’re not alone – most vets are overworked and rarely see a decent return on all the effort they put in.
Vet Dynamics has identified the main reason: you’re labouring under fear, guilt and obligation brought on by the burdens of altruism, social contract and non-commercialism.
We call it the Pet-versus-Profit Paradox.
At this year’s bootcamp, the Vet Dynamics team introduces you to this groundbreaking concept, looking at its roots and, ultimately, exploring the best ways to fix it.
You know that all good medicine and medical practice is based on evidence. It’s the best way to get effective and repeatable results. Well, it’s the same for business planning and practice management. Making good use of all the data at your disposal is essential for making things more efficient while at the same time increasing productivity.
It’s important that you base decision-making on evidence rather than guesswork. The Vet Dynamics team shows you how to develop a strategy for gathering, organising and analysing all the available evidence.
Vet Dynamics is a team of business and veterinary professionals dedicated to helping independent practices improve their practice management. Between them they have many years experience working in both business development and veterinary arenas.
Having actual experience working in veterinary practices either as surgeons, nurses or receptionists means they have real insights into the problems you face on a day-to-day basis.
Because vet school didn’t really prepare you for the harsh realities of business, you find yourself delivering great animal care while at the same time struggling to develop the practice management and finance side of things.
This is where the Vet Dynamics Bootcamp comes in: by coming along, you’ll get two days packed with excellent business training for you and your team.
By the end of it, you’ll walk away with
Essentially, this event is there to help ambitious independent vets chart a new course to success for themselves and the profession at large.