VET-ADVANTAGE DIGITAL EDITION: NOVEMBER 2016


» DISRUPTION: ARE YOUR CUSTOMERS READY?

Adam Little, DVM examines how disruptive technologies are changing the way customers buy products and how businesses succeed. Veterinary practices can take advantage of these changes and succeed. READ MORE.

» 9 QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Steve Schram, President/CEO of AgriLabs®, discusses entering into the vaccine manufacturing business and integrating both established and start-up companies, as well as trends across the livestock industry. READ MORE.

» SIMPLIFYING FACEBOOK

Facebook is used by veterinary practices more than any other social media platform. As industry reps, you have an opportunity to make sure your accounts are investing their time with Facebook wisely! Heres how: READ MORE.

»SCHEDULE PARASITICIDE TRAINING TWICE A YEAR WITH VETERINARY TEAMS

Become a training partner with veterinary teams! Parasite prevention needs to be part of new employee orientation, with refresher training twice a year for all staff. Schedule twice-a-year training for 2017 with clinics now. To read more from Wendy Myers, CLICK HERE.

VET-ADVANTAGE BLOG UPDATE:


Untitled-5-1.pngWe recently caught up with Dr. Mia Cary, VIC Executive Director, and Chief Innovation Officer at the NAVC, to give us an update, describe the VIC’s first project, and explain what this organization means to Distribution Sales Reps. Regarding distribution sales… we know that DSRs like to be on the cutting edge, and like to bring valuable, relevant information to their customers. Here’s what you need to know about the VIC. Click Here to Read More.

IT’S Q4 – EQUIPMENT TIME! THIS IS A GREAT TIME TO ADDRESS THOSE OUTDATED VETERINARY MONITORS
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Practices still have time to take advantage of the IRS code Section 179 on equipment purchases for this tax year, which means this is a great time to address those outdated veterinary monitors! Here are a few questions you will want to ask practices, right away, while there’s still time to place new monitors in service for 2016. Click Here to Read More.


THERE’S PLENTY TO LIKE ABOUT VETERINARY PRACTICE SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS
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Want to know what your customers are thinking about, doing and talking about with clients… so you can follow up during sales calls? Here’s an easy tip. Simply “Like” or follow their practice pages on social media. DSRs can learn a lot from their veterinary customers’ social media posts.

Here are 5 ways to discover what matters and provide the most meaningful solutions. Click Here to Read More.

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