Tuesday, May 8, 2012 - Mark Humph
The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has organised a practice management forum, sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health, to help equine veterinary practices get the best out of their business. The two-day session, to be held on 26-27 June 2012 at the Marriott Forest of Arden, Meriden, Birmingham, will provide the opportunity to learn from and debate with some top quality speakers and offer the chance for convivial networking on the golf course or in the spa at a fine Country Club Hotel.
Presenters have been carefully chosen to bring a fresh perspective to some of the most important elements of practice management. Andrew Gillespie, managing director of Montforte Wines and a former marketing director of Barclays Bank and Standard Life will provide a different perspective on the marketing of services. Adam Auckburally, a clinician at the University of Glasgow, will lead discussions on how to make the practice pharmacy efficient and compliant and Julian Samuelson, managing partner of Bell Equine Veterinary Clinic in Kent, will explore the pros and cons of zoning and look at the challenges from internet pharmacies. Nick Steele and Amy Rook will also bring their expertise to bear on how to get the best from your staff and your clients.
Lectures will be generously interspersed with time on the Arden Championship golf course, spa treatments at the hotel and a three course dinner and wine tasting in the evening. The closing ceremony and prize-giving will take place at the 19th hole!
Delegates are welcome to attend either day one, day two or both days with the latter including the three course dinner and overnight's accommodation. Fees for the two days are £420 for BEVA members and £565 for non members. Places are filling up fast. To find out more and to book click here.
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