Vets typically have clients who live very locally – with the right engagement, they can enjoy a regular and long relationship with these pet clients, particularly where regular programmes of pet health, vaccination, prevention and wellness services can be offered.
Vets and practice owners need to invest heavily in their practices, however, to enable them to stay ahead of the competition. This means buying the latest equipment to perform surgeries and other veterinary procedures, investing in high-quality premises that allow client and pet care procedures to take place, having safe and comfortable recuperation and post-surgery kennel spaces for animals, and having attractive and welcoming reception spaces for clients to wait and be greeted.
Staff must be highly trained, accreditations must be achieved, IT systems must be implemented and marketing campaigns must be delivered to ensure a strong customer position; of course, all this requires investment.
Accessing vital investment to grow
Veterinary practice owners that want to invest and grow their business may find that big banks are unwilling to lend them the finance they need to put their business plans into place; fortunately, Century Business Finance offers an attractive alternative.
Whatever your business need, the right kind of flexible finance is available to you. We’ll carry out a needs assessment based on your requirements and circumstances and advise on the loan products we can offer you. Our team are experienced, helpful, friendly- and they don’t speak in jargon!
Get in touch for a no-obligation chat today and secure the business finance that you need.