This introduction to strategic planning can help you gain a foothold when mapping out the future of your business.
What happens globally, nationally and in your area can affect how you position your equine veterinary business.
By analyzing the competitive position of your practice, you can make more effective strategic decisions about your future.
Understanding the businesses of other veterinarians in your area can help you be more competitive.
Learn who you are, what you do well and what you don’t do well.
Understanding your internal and external strengths and challenges can help you better plan for success.
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While it can be a daunting task, responding to animal abuse not only helps individual animals that might be suffering, but also fulfills the veterinary oath to use our skills for the betterment of society.