Losing product sales to other channels? What to consider

Losing product sales to other channels? What to consider

Coping with the evolving marketplace.
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Dec 15, 2011

Recent changes in the way pet owners obtain products in the marketplace have wide-ranging implications for veterinary practices. Here, Gary Glassman, CPA, tells Veterinary Economics Editor Kristi Reimer those changes are here to stay and offers three suggestions on how veterinarians can respond.

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