One of the UK’s leading veterinary communication firms is urging delegates to keep their eyes open for a special golden ticket at London Vet Show.

Charlie Barton
Charlie Barton with the one golden ticket to be hidden among hundreds of chocolate bars being given away at London Vet Show.

The two-day event will this year be held from 17-18 November at ExCeL, where thousands of delegates will be joined by hundreds of exhibitors, including Guildford-based Virtual Recall.

Free chocolate

To celebrate the launch of its iRecall Surveys, Virtual Recall co-founder Charlie Barton will be giving away hundreds of free chocolate bars.

Inside one, a special golden ticket is waiting to be won, entitling the finder to £2,000 worth of client satisfaction survey responses. Meanwhile, every bar contains an emerald ticket, which can be redeemed for £250 worth of surveys.

Golden ticket

Mr Barton said: “I believe iRecall Surveys is a practice’s golden ticket to enhancing its client experience, loyalty and value through immediate, actionable feedback. It also enables practices to build their reputation and new client referrals by facilitating valuable online reviews, including Google Reviews. It’s a win for clients, pets and practices.”

Chocolate bars containing the tickets can be picked up at Virtual Recall’s stand (C41) at London Vet Show.

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