Plan for your practice's future today

Plan for your practice's future today

Whether you're looking to sell your practice or reposition it for the long haul, you'll find the advice you need at Veterinary Economics' Progress in Practice seminars Nov. 4-5 at CVC San Diego.
Sep 11, 2009
By staff

These days, it’s easy to be unsure about your practice’s future. If you're considering retirement, you may question if now is the right time to sell. If you're planning to grow exponentially in the next few years, you may wonder if that’s still possible. The answers to these questions, along with a dozen more, are waiting for you at Veterinary Economics’ Progress in Practice seminars at CVC San Diego Nov. 4 and 5.

If you want to learn the secret to growing a profitable practice—one with happy employees, delighted clients, and a bright future—don’t miss Denise Tumblin’s two-day seminar, “Protect your practice today and position it for growth tomorrow.” In her seminar, Tumblin will reveal how the most successful practices manage everything from fees, earnings, and expenses to team members, clients, and equipment. Using results from Benchmarks 2009: A Study of Well-Managed Practices (a research partnership between Veterinary Economics and Wutchiett Tumblin and Associates), she’ll show you what it takes to weather the current economic storm and position your practice for future success.

And if you’re a practice owner thinking of selling, a recession can really throw you for a loop. Gary Glassman, CPA, one of the most trusted and experienced consultants in the profession, knows the ins and outs of practice sales. In his seminar “Selling your practice,” he’ll walk you through what you need to do to prepare, whether you’re selling next year or next decade.

Click here for more information on—and to register for—these Progress in Practice seminars.

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