Improving your Bottom Line
Wednesday 1 November, Hilton Newbury North (10:00-16:30)
Cost (ex vat): Non-members £275; SPVS and VPMA members £195
Mark Beaney, Hazlewoods & Andrew Curwen, XL Vets
Is your practice as profitable as it could be? And have you identified and prioritised those simple things that could improve your bottom line? This course will allow you to compare turnover per vet, spend per client etc with national trends and take away simple, practical ways to reduce costs and increase profit. Do you have a pricing policy that you regularly review?
Mark Beaney from Veterinary Accountants, Hazlewoods will draw on figures from some of the country’s leading practices to help you benchmark your performance. He will demonstrate how he has worked with practice owners to help drive management decisions to maximise profits and cash flow.
He will be joined by Andrew Curwen, who has worked in practice, in industry and now, as Chief Executive of XL Vets, is responsible for helping their practices increase business efficiency through providing excellent client service and effective practice communication and training. He will help you identify the practical and people blocks to turning theory into practice.
A representative from SPVS will explain their Profitability Survey with examples of how practices are using this to improve their bottom line.
The day will start at 10:00am and finish at 4:30pm. Workbooks, CPD certificates, lunch and refreshments are included.