Video: Why Veterinary Teams Need Business Cards

Wendy Myers explains why veterinary teams need business cards in this VPN Video of the Week.

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Veterinarians and veterinary staff alike need business cards. A technician may offer his card, encouraging the client to call if they have any questions. New clients may grab one at the reception area for future reference.

Business cards boost pride in veterinary staff, assist receptionists in connecting calls quickly and instill client confidence. You may even get new clients if your business cards are passed along.

Wendy S. Myers is the author of five books and five videos, and is a columnist for Veterinary Practice News. She also offers monthly webinars and phone-skills training. She is an instructor at AAHA Veterinary Management School, a partner in Animal Hospital Specialty Center in Highlands Ranch, Colorado and owner of Denver, Colorado-based Communication Solutions for Veterinarians. Follow her on Twitter at @wendysmyers.

Want more veterinarian videos? Check out the previous Video of the Week: 6 Tips for Veterinary Teams: A Sneak Peek at Wendy Myer's New Book.

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