What’s the difference, and what impact does it have on practice buyers and sellers? Byron Farquer, DVM, CVA Each veterinary practice has two main assets classes, tangible and intangible. Tangible assets include items you can pick up and carry around like furniture,... Read more
As I sit here with writer’s cramp, I began to ponder messages that owners and associates may want to hear and consider going into 2019 and beyond. Buyers still available Although the swarm of corporate invaders continues to grow almost exponentially, there are many,... Read more
By: Casey Dubbs, Sherry Everhart, BS, RVT and David McCormick, MS, CVA “Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and so rare.” – Patrick Lencioni Most practice... Read more
Scout’s Motto: “Be Prepared” applies to Veterinary Practice Owners The average baby boomer today is approximately 63 years of age and by 2025, all baby boomers will be over the age of 60. Obviously, this has implications on the number of veterinary practice owners... Read more
Simmons & Associates MidSouth – Wilson McManus II, DVM, CVPM & Kris Smith, CVPM | Do you feel you have a successful, busy veterinary practice, but you consistently end up with little or no profit at the end of each month? Have you recently had a practice... Read more
By, David King, DVM, CVA, Simmons Southcentral Just like just about anything in life, deciding to sell a veterinary practice can be made easier with a little knowledge and a little planning. Knowing your options along with the pros and cons of each can help you make... Read more
The new 3rd edition expands and amends the sold out 2nd edition. Written by the experts at Simmons, this book is aimed at helping veterinarians better understand the intricacies of veterinary practice sales, valuations and ownership.