VetSavers made the most of a captive audience at BSAVA Congress to launch its new joint venture partnership (JVP) model.

Julie Howard at Vetsavers’ BSAVA JVP launch

Having grown from a single vet taking over the practice of a retiring colleague, owner Andrew Bennett went on to build one of the largest independent veterinary groups in the UK.

Now Mr Bennett has decided to go toe to toe with the likes of Vets4Pets and Medivet by entering the JVP market.

He said: “The idea is simple, VetSavers JVP exists to help entrepreneurs in veterinary practice today, so they can run their practice with clinical freedom, knowing they have the support of a hugely knowledgeable partner who can assist them with all the non-veterinary aspects of business.

“Communication is central to a successful partnership and to do that you have to know who your partners are, not as a number or location, but as individuals. We want to know what is important to each and every partner so we can work with them to achieve their goals, otherwise the partnership can never reach its full potential.”

At present Vetsavers is seeking partners for sites in Bristol and Wolverhampton and is hopeful of opening the first VetSavers JVP practice by the end of the year.

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