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New York Vet Builds

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New York Vet Builds

The brand-new exciting feature at New York Vet, pairing forward thinking hospital building veterinarians with companies involved in every corner of the process.

This year we are introducing this important area of the event to ensure you get the opportunity to meet the most hard to reach audience of the veterinary industry. Whether interests are consisting of construction of the building or the decoration of the interior, the planning or the aesthetics - this audience needs you to advise them along the way – These veterinarians need to hear from experts like you!

New York Vet is unlike any other conference - our conference theaters are purpose-built and located on the exhibition floor, enabling you to have the most productive days you’ve experienced at a vet exhibition in the US…

This does not stop with New York Builds:

We have a specific section on the show floor, consisting of a theater for industry leaders to educate, advise, reassure and booth adjacent meaning your face to face time is kept to an absolute maximum.

Exclusive Sponsor:

Essential Properties

New York Vet Builds

 

What is New York Vet Builds?

New York Vet Builds is a state of the art hospital design program for veterinarians who are looking to refurbish, expand, renovate, redesign or build a new Veterinary Hospital. Industry experts will gather together to provide an educational experience to assist in addressing the most pressing issues veterinarians are confronted with and needing to know before initiating a project plan.

Why New York Vet Builds?

Veterinarians who are looking to expand their practice, grow their business, increase revenue opportunities and meet the demands of their customers will gain first-hand knowledge by some of the top industry leaders who will share best practices, business plans ideas, questions to ask during each phase of the design process, how to qualify and identify the best industry partners.

Who will want to be involved?

Veterinary professionals,  who are looking to build a new veterinary hospital, or redesign, refurbish or expand their own practice. Thought-leaders, industry experts and subject matter experts will share their knowledge of industry best practices for each of the design phases. Everyone can relate, regardless of current design progress.

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    Laying the foundation will provide a veterinarians who are considering a construction project the in ...
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    Designing and constructing a new veterinary facility will probably be the only commercial constructi ...
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    Securing the right capital for your growing practice is one of the most important decisions you'll m ...
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    The decision to expand or build a new animal care facility is an exciting one. It means your busines ...
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    In this seminar we will provide an overview of some of the most important design decisions that can ...
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    One of the biggest decisions an animal care facility owner has to face is: what is the best and prop ...
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    Veterinarians are evolving delivery methods to meet ever-changing market demand, and even expanding ...
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    Why it is important to get your Equipment Manufacturer on Board in the Beginning of your Project. Th ...
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    Efficient services delivery, client comfort, practice image and staff convenience are all affected b ...
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    A medium sized boarding operation can double a practice’s profits with less risk than a start up pet ...
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    Let’s start with the expectation that if you develop a realistic Budget and Timeline, it can be buil ...

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