MerchandisingWhether in person or online, the educating of veterinary teams by sales reps needs to remain a priority, even in a COVID world.
MerchandisingRegardless of whether you buy a particular product or service, the company representative is deserving of your time. You never know when a business relationship will pay off for your hospital and clients.
MerchandisingDon’t try to sell every flea and tick preventive. Settle on a favorite and get to work educating your team and clients.
MerchandisingCore training isn’t just for the athletically inclined. Bring your teams together as often as possible to talk about retail products and client messaging.
MerchandisingClient feedback is essential for improving a practice, especially in the purchase of pharmaceuticals and food. If a pet owner is disappointed and you don’t know why and can’t make amends, you might have lost a patient.
MerchandisingFigure out what truly belongs in next year’s inventory for your veterinary practice and plan ways to spread the word — and education — to your team and clients.
MerchandisingVeterinary clinics that commit themselves to getting more patients on parasite protection — and doing it the right way — will see their numbers improve.
Practice ManagementThink imaginatively and freshen the look to jump-start sagging product sales.
MerchandisingChoosing a new revenue item is easy. What is time consuming, and more fruitful, is careful planning and staff and client education.
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