VetsSurvey 2020: part 2

Posted by on Apr 14, 2021 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Here is the second release of the long awaited VetsSurvey 2020 data. Where the first release was focused on the impact of the pandemic, this report covers other aspects of veterinary life (because it’s not all about Covid-19!). In this data deck you can find: What veterinary professionals and practices look like across the world What ...

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Veterinarians financial outlook in 2021 – corporates weathering the pandemic better than independents?

Posted by on Apr 8, 2021 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Since 2011 we have been measuring how well veterinarians have been doing financially compared to the previous year. Up to 2012 the number doing worse outnumbered those doing better, but that all changed and peaked in 2015 when almost 50% of vets reported to be doing better. After that there was a slow decline and ...

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Making an impact in a post-pandemic world: Challenge accepted.

Posted by on Sep 8, 2020 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Before Covid-19 sales representative visits across the UK were already in decline. Pressing workloads also meant shorter visit times were in demand. Considering our current global climate, sales reps will have to work even harder to get the attention of vets.   But it is not only about getting attention. Earlier this year, our Syndicated UK Sales ...

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VetsSurvey Results

Posted by on May 26, 2020 in Syndicated Reports | No Comments

We like sharing our knowledge – here you can find non-confidential results of some of our recent surveys and some examples of our work. Please let us know if you have any questions – we will be happy to help you. CM Research Vetsurvey Report 2011-2018 Vetsurvey 2018 Vetsurvey 2016

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Industry shows signs of adapting to the new normal, but manufacturers and suppliers must continue to support stressed out vets

Posted by on May 21, 2020 in Uncategorized | No Comments

The two first waves of our Covid-19 tracker clearly highlighted the increased impact that the pandemic was having on veterinarians and their practices. The third wave showed that the worse may have passed. Wave 4 shows that while manufacturers have clearly continued to support veterinarians, there is still a lot more they could be doing. ...

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