PRLog - Aug. 13, 2013 - DALLAS -- Veterinary Education Network announces Workshop Held on September 21 in Little Rock, Arkansas benefiting and held at Heifer International Headquarters
Dallas, TX , 12 August, 2013-- Veterinary Education Network is pleased to announce industry experts Mark Middleton, Wendy Myers and Elisa Thompson, MBA at a full-day workshop offering 7 hours of CE to held at Heifer International Headquarters on Saturday, September 21, 2013 open to DVMs, Practice Managers and Veterinary Technicians.
“We will discuss topics such as how DVMs drive business to their competition, how to improve the bottom line, increase feline business, and understand the time value of money" says, keynote speaker Mark Middleton, industry expert.
“Clinics today face many challenges including an economic recession. There are many steps you can take to increase your profitability amid these economic conditions.
"I found the information presented by Mark Middleton and his colleagues at the Veterinary Education Network compelling, insightful, and useful. It was time well spent" says Marcus A. Roeder MBA, CVPM, Dublin Animal Hospital, Hospital Administrator/
Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association President, Kate Williams, DVM announced that the ARVMA is encouraging its memberships state-wide to attend to learn about the new economic climate in veterinary medicine.
A list of some of the topics include:
Lease vs. purchasing capital equipment- Understanding the Time Value of Your Money
Profit margins vs. mark up- which is better?
Increasing your Feline Business and your bottom line
How color impacts your clients buying decisions
Social media, community outreach and other marketing strategies.
The topics include Causing Thought about Your Business, Effective Ways to Engage Clients, How to Increase your Feline Business and Little or No Cost Marketing Strategies.
“We encourage DVMs, owners Practice Managers, Veterinary Technicians or anyone interested in increasing the profitability of their clinic to attend. The pricing is designed to include a DVM and a practice member for one price. We want key decision makers in attendance to learn from each other,” says Elisa Thompson, MBA.
We selected Heifer International to hold our workshop in Arkansas because we believe in their mission to end hunger and poverty. They do this by giving families a hand-up, not just a hand-out, by empowering them with self-reliance and hope with gifts of livestock and training to care for the animals in their care. We encourage DVM’s to attend to learn about Heifer International
The price is $379 for two to attend and receive 7 hours of Continuing Education (CE) credits and meals. A portion of the proceeds will go to Heifer International.
To register go to www.veterinaryeducationnetwork.com.
Veterinary Education Network offers top industry experts to discuss how to over the economic issues facing the veterinary industry today at a workshop on Saturday, September 21 , 2013 to be held at Heifer International Headquarters from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. that includes 7 hrs of CE credits, course materials and meals.
Veterinary Education Network (VEN) delivers high impact continuing education and the tools that help you boost productivity, strengthen employee commitment, and improve bottom-line profits for your veterinary business. VEN's mission is dedicated to helping DVM's, Veterinary Technicians and Practice Managers achieve their professional goals while improving the quality of life for people, the planet and pets through quality education and industry relationships.
For more details contact:
Dana Rhoden, CMP, CMM
214.716.7600 (phone) 214.868.8067 (cell)
Veterinary Education Network ○ 6119 Greenville Ave, Ste 632 ○ Dallas, TX 75206
214-716-7600 ° Fax: 214-361-1170 ○ www.VeterinaryEducationNetwork.com