CVC Washington DC: Turning top veterinary clients into practice promoters

CVC Washington DC: Turning top veterinary clients into practice promoters

You'll never be bored with a board of directors if you pick the most engaged people around: your clients.
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May 03, 2013

The advice was flying fast and furious at CVC Washington D.C., with one attendee sharing her experience building a board of directors—for free.

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