Create a ‘web savvy’ practice with
Royal Canin’s second Management Module ‘The Internet’
The internet is a great tool for driving businesses forward but things move so fast that it’s often difficult to keep up. With that in mind, Royal Canin is hosting its second Management Module, ‘The Internet’, on Wednesday August 28, at The Belfry Hotel, Birmingham (9.30am – 4.30pm).
The one-day session will provide practices with the tools to access a wider marketplace and deliver an even better service to their clients. Alongside Royal Canin, presentations from marketing consultants, telecoms providers and industry experts in developing on-line trade and social media, among others, will allow delegates to assess the value these services can bring to UK practice.
Veterinary Support Manager, Lee Danks MRCVS, explained: “These modules are all about providing tailored, practical learning opportunities to busy UK vet practices.
“The internet course includes a number of interactive tasks and workshops, allowing practices access to hands-on support throughout the day and to really start thinking about how we can utilise the internet to benefit our businesses.
“We’ll be encouraging delegates to formulate their own approach; whether that’s setting up an online pharmacy, having a greater on-line presence or simply maximising visits to their website.”
The one day management module costs £99 – covering the attendance of two delegates per practice.
To book a place on this course contact your Veterinary Business Manager or register by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 09163 353127 / 07525 299204. Please note that places are strictly limited and the module will be repeated in Reading on Wednesday October 23.