Over the last year we have heard a lot of predictions from both insurers and vets alike about what new developments are in the pipeline for the pet insurance industry – but what can we really believe?
We would like to invite you to our free presentation – What does the future really hold for Pet Insurance?
Date: Thursday 7th April 2016
Where: Jurys Inn Birmingham, 245 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2HQ
At this event, Ashley Gray MA Vet MB PhD MRCVS (Managing Director of Vetsure Pet Insurance) will share his unique insight from both a Professional and Insurer’s perspective on how the industry is likely to evolve over the coming years and what impact this is likely to have on small animal veterinary practice.
A mixed audience will be invited to attend and actively debate the issues presented including representatives from referral and first opinion practices. Beer, wine and soft drinks will be provided.
We hope you can make it.
All the best,
The Vetsure Team
Vetsure are more than ‘just’ a buying group and insurance provider. The icing on the cake to what they offer is a very useful graduate support online training program which provides a structured approach (with templates) to help take a recent graduate safely and steadily through from their first day to full integration into the practice team. Worth joining for that alone!
- Anna Judson, Camlas Petcare Vets
The Vetsure Team members are an absolute joy to work with, and have become true friends as much as knowledgeable, ethical and inspirational business colleagues.
- Doug Alexander, AlphaPet
The Vetsure approach demonstrates a clear understanding of modern veterinary practice from both a business and clinical perspective… I believe that this model will shape the future of pet insurance in the UK.
- Richard Edwards MRCVS, Partner Alphapet Veterinary Clinics
We are so pleased to have joined Vetsure. Debi is amazing at answering our constant stream of questions!
- Jill Mason, Tender Paws
Vetsure are easy to deal with and always answer any questions comprehensively and positively.
- Nicola Hardcastle, Oakmount Vets