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Vickie Byard/Bash Halow (Open Event): Indiana VMA
October 8, 2015 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm$34 – $75
The Veterinary Business Model of the 21rst Century
This year’s 9th District Indiana Veterinary Medical Association Conference provides veterinarians 4 hours of proactive solutions to competitiveness in today’s fast-changing marketplace. The material contains the most current information on proactive competitive strategies, emerging client-payment solutions, online visibility and marketing, reputation management, and resources that assist with attracting, hiring and training the very best veterinary professionals.
The Clifty Falls Inn and Restaurant will be the host for the October 8th educational event. The night of education begins at 4pm and includes a cash bar and dinner buffet served in the Clifty Room. Education and dinner is $34 dollars per person for 9th District Indiana Veterinary Medical Association members and $75 for non-members. Early birds receive an additional $10 dollars off their registration if they reserve before September 10th, 2015 when they use the Discount Code: Sept10 (that’s capital S, lowercase ept10). Reserve your spot by scrolling down to the ‘tickets’ section of this form.
The instructor, Bash Halow, CVPM, LVT, is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and an industry veteran with 16 year of private and corporate veterinary management experience. He is a frequent contributor to Veterinary Economics, DVM 360, and is on the editorial advisory board for management publication, Firstline Magazine. In 2013, he won the PVMA President’s Award for his education efforts in the state of Pennsylvania. His lectures on the Veterinary Business Model of the 21st Century have been heard this year in Canada, England, and here in the US at AVMA and all CVCs. His company Halow Tassava Consulting, in which he is a partner, is considered a forerunner in progressive veterinary practice management ideas.
Participating in the October 8th evening of education is Vickie Byard, VTS and President of PetED. Vickie will lead the second of four hours of education and teach attendees how their new model of veterinary dental prevention at Rau Animal is breaking all records for client compliance and growing substantial practice revenue, client loyalty and client retention. Ms. Byard is a frequent lecturer and has experience helping practices throughout the country improve dental compliance.
We hope to see you. This education was crafted specifically to meet the needs of the 9th district Indiana Veterinary Medical Association and is based on interest polls made of IVMA members and feedback supplied specifically to Mr. Halow from 9th District past- president, Dr. Kelly Peelman. The education will be fast moving, engaging and the Clifty will undoubtedly deliver another one of its delicious and scenic evenings. Look forward to seeing you!