Today's Veterinary Business

DEC 2018

Today’s Veterinary Business provides information and resources designed to help veterinarians and office management improve the financial performance of their practices, allowing them to increase the level of patient care and client service.

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V I S I T U S AT V M X B O OT H #1925 As you begin considering your opƟons for selling your pet hospital business, it's important to find a partner aligned with your values, respecƞul of the individuality of what you've built, and equipped to grow your business, while your team and culture remain intact. Ask around to find out which buyers have the best reputaƟon for caring for pets and the people who love them. Is it the right culture fit for your team? 01 NO. Because selling your pet hospital is such a personal decision, you'll want to understand what types of opƟons are available, and to what level they can tailor the terms to meet your needs. A S K I F T H E B U Y E R C A N : • Make all cash offers with no finance conƟngency • Offer Joint Venture partnerships for growth and flexibility • Buy the real estate outright or lease from you NO. Are there flexible deal structures? 02 As you contemplate transiƟoning your business, you'll want to know every aspect is covered. Seek out a partner with a dedicated team seasoned in markeƟng (including digital adverƟsing and social media strategy), web development and hosƟng, client saƟsfacƟon surveys, IT, HR, accounƟng, taxes, legal and more. How comprehensive are the support services? NO. 03 3 Questions to ask as you enter discussions with potential partners. What's your vision for the future of your business? We're confident that we can care for and grow your pracƟce like no one else. We'd be more than happy to talk through your quesƟons. You can reach us at: 888.767.7755 | N VA.CO M | ACQ U I S I T I O N S @ N VA.CO M

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