5 Reasons To Be Thankful for the VetPartners Annual Meeting

Nov 25, 2019 at 1:34 pm
Sarah Rumple

It’s that time of year again—time to reflect on all we’re thankful for as the holidays approach and the end of 2019 draws near. But, the end of the year also means the VetPartners Annual Meeting is right around the corner. Here are five reasons to add the 2020 VetPartners Annual Meeting to your thankful list:

1: You’ll learn how to unlock opportunities and achieve results

The featured presentation at the VetPartners Annual Meeting, titled “Using Personal Integrity and Authenticity to Create a Culture of Honesty and Accountability,” will be led by Will Craig of The Handel Group. The Handel Group is a corporate consulting and life coaching company that teaches people how to realize their personal and professional visions. You’ll learn how to cultivate your vision, walk your talk, remove self-imposed obstacles, and design effectiveness so you can unlock opportunities, achieve new results, and produce needed change.

2: You’ll enjoy TWO panel discussions

What does it mean—legally and professionally—to be a credentialed veterinary technician? Are we fully utilizing technicians in practice? Why are credentialed technicians leaving the veterinary profession in droves, and what can we do about it? If these questions interest you, you won’t want to miss our two-hour panel discussion on the “State of the Veterinary Technician.”

You’ll also love our second panel discussion, “A Look at the Ownership and Stewardship of Veterinary Practice Data: Views From the Players, the Lovers, the Doubters.” Stay tuned for more details!

3: You’ll network with the best of the industry

If you’ve ever attended a VetPartners meeting, you know they’re chock-full of big-time industry professionals, and many are looking for the products and services you provide! “I wish I hadn’t gone to that VetPartners meeting” said no one, ever. Attend a meeting, and you’ll leave with many more friends than you had when you arrived, and by “friends” we mean people who want to help you succeed.

4: You’ll eat, drink, and be merry

New Member Orientation, Meet-n-Greet and other receptions, continental breakfasts, lunches, Care Credit Social… there are many opportunities to eat, drink, and be merry at the VetPartners Annual Meeting, and 2020 will be no exception.

5: You’ll escape the clouds and snow

Where many of us live, February is not exactly a favorite time of year, with its gray days, old piles of snow, and seemingly endless cold temperatures. When you attend the 2020 VetPartners Annual Meeting, you’ll be able to escape winter for a few days and get a taste of spring in sunny Las Vegas.

Registration for the 2020 VetPartners Annual Meeting is open—save $50 if you register before January 22! Learn more about the meeting and register here. 

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Sarah Rumple is an award-winning veterinary writer and editor. Serving the veterinary industry since 2011, her writing covers everything from practice management topics for veterinary professionals to pet health and behavior topics for pet owners. Sarah’s clients include veterinary publications, organizations, nonprofit associations, media companies, individual veterinarians/practices, corporate groups, and others. Sarah is owner and chief creative officer of Rumpus Writing and Editing LLC, which she began in 2016. She and her team write hundreds of blog posts and other content for their various clients each month. Learn more about Sarah or contact her at

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