Brakke Consulting Inc. will host a comprehensive webinar discussing the state of the US animal health industry on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. CDT.
Presented by Ronald Brakke, along with senior consultants John Volk and David Goodnight, DVM, the two-hour presentation will include a review of the current issues impacting the U.S. animal health industry and veterinary profession, data on size of the animal health market and growth trends, sales of leading companies, and expectations for the coming year. This year will also highlight pet insurance and preventive care plans and their effect on veterinary medicine. Participants will also have an opportunity to ask questions of the presenters.
Registration information is available at www.BrakkeConsulting.com, under "What's New" and "U.S. Animal Health Industry Webinar." The cost of the webinar is $385.
"Our annual overview of the animal health industry has become an important, 'don't miss' event for many executives in the animal health industry," said Ronald Brakke, president of Brakke Consulting. "They view our insights and industry knowledge as an important resource in their annual planning process. This year, we're hosting this webinar for those who were unable to attend the overview at the North American or Western Veterinary Conferences in person."
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