In this episode, we’re joined by a special guest who shares their insight into newly approved life-extending pharmaceuticals. Dr. Brennen McKenzie is the director of veterinary medicine at Loyal, a biotech company in San Francisco that focuses on FDA-approved life-extending pharmaceuticals in the veterinary space.
This episode features Jimmy Dorough, a vet industry partner, serving 100 Atlanta hospital owners, will share his insights on the industry’s hospital operations.
Rich Lester, co-CEO of Ackerman Group, joins us to discuss exit plans, practice sales, transitions, and market changes and opportunities in the vet space.
Rennie Curran, 3-time All-American former NFL athlete, keynote speaker, author and CEO of Game Changer Coaching, joins the show to talk about navigating difficult transitions and getting into the mindset of intentional leadership.
In this episode, Eric Josovitz, Founder of AdaptCFO, joins the show to highlight some of the intricacies of small business financial statements, focusing on veterinary hospitals.
In this episode, we talk to Tommy Thompson, a veterinary industry veteran who has established several practices and veterinary real estate companies. He shares his insights on the complex process of exiting the business.
Learn about employment agreements and non-competes from legal experts, including insights on the scope of restrictive covenants in the current climate.
In this episode, Chip Mahan, the CEO of Live Oak Banking Company, joins the show to share his insights into how Live Oak Banking Company got started in the veterinary lending business and his perspective on building relationships with employees and customers.
Paul Diaz, Founder & CEO of Offer First and Founder of Hire Power Consulting, is a seasoned veterinary recruiter. When it comes to hiring practices, he’s seen his share of contractual clauses and has heard horror stories from veterinarians who signed non-competes.