London Vet Show 2017

Help shape the future of pet insurance with Agria at London Vet Show

Agria wants your input into how best to shape the future of pet insurance, and invites veterinary professionals to complete a short questionnaire on the Agria stand (P30) at London Vet Show 2017.

Designed to gain a deeper insight into the vet/client relationship, Agria will be using data collected in the survey to develop solutions that increase client loyalty, reduce levels of bad debt and minimise owners’ worries about veterinary costs. Overall, the objective is for Agria to help facilitate stronger, more mutually beneficial relationships between vet, client and insurer. And to say thank you for completing a questionnaire, Agria will enter you into their draw to win a set of cat scales!

Well-known for their close and established ties with the veterinary industry, Agria will also be using results from the survey to fuel topics for their very popular vet dinner programme as it continues into 2018. You can express your interest to join these lively and informative evenings at the stand or via your Agria Business Development Manager (BDM).

Whilst at London Vet Show this year, Agria will also be supporting the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) with further information about their crucial work. Ask your Agria BDM for a VPIS Key Pet Poisons poster to display in your practice.

Agria’s popular Age Amnesty will run again this November 13th – December 31st. During this campaign, the usual upper age limit applied to new lifetime pet insurance policies is lifted. This is the ideal opportunity for clients with older uninsured cats and dogs to take out a policy to help with veterinary fees through their pet’s old age. Ask the team on the stand for more details.

To have your say on how pet insurance could better serve your practice and your clients, visit the specialist team on stand P30 at London Vet Show, 16-17 November 2017 at Excel London. If you can’t be there, your Agria BDM can help. To find out more about how Agria can work with your practice, visit www.agriapet.co.uk/veterinary

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